(November 2, 2022; Las Vegas, NV) Harbor Freight Tools previewed its BADLAND™ 3 Ton Off-Road Jack at the nation’s premier auto industry trade show, SEMA (Specialty Equipment Market Association), today. This Off-Road Jack will be available in stores and online next month.
Designed with the off-road auto enthusiast in mind, the 3 Ton Off-Road Jack meets or exceeds all current standards under the American Society of Mechanical Engineers’ Safety Standards for Portable Automotive Service Equipment (ASME/PASE).
Ideal for lifting mid-size trucks, SUVs, ATVs and UTVs, the heavy duty jack can lift up to 6,000 lbs., with a minimum height of 6 ¼ in., and a maximum height of 29 1/16 in. Featuring dual piston RAPID PUMP® technology, the jack can lift a vehicle quickly and efficiently.
Built for durability and rugged conditions, the BADLAND 3 Ton Off-Road Jack has solid steel axles, 7 1/16 in. thick aluminum side plates, and stainless-steel hardware. Heavy duty flat-free wheels provide easy maneuverability over rough terrain, while the full-length steel skid plate provides stability over soft surfaces such as gravel and sand.
A rear axle wheel lock keeps the jack in place while working on a vehicle, and a locking adjustable height extension includes a rubber pad to protect against marring.
For lifting a heavy vehicle to change a tire, or other vehicle repairs, the Off-Road Jack is an essential for getting back on the road—or trail—as soon as possible.
Explore the entire BADLAND line, including the 60” Farm Jack, Winches, and Recovery Snatch Straps at www.harborfreight.com During SEMA, attendees can see and test the new tools. Members of the Harbor Freight team will be available for media interviews during the show, which can be scheduled in advance. For Harbor Freight interview requests and media inquiries, please contact the Corporate Newsroom at Newsroom@harborfreight.com
Located in the Upper South Hall of the Las Vegas Convention Center, the Harbor Freight Tools booth (#38095) is open during regular show hours: November 1-3 (from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.) and November 4 (from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.).