|Product Dimensions||22 x 22 x 30 cm; 2.6 Kilograms|
|Item model number||CJS300|
|Manufacturer part number||CJS300|
|Item Weight||2.6 kg|
MAXTOOLS CJS300 Car Jack Axle Stand Rubber Head, 3 Tonne Capacity
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- Professional Jack stand pair, with adjustable height and rubber head to protect the car body.
- Minimum height 295 mm. Max height 435 mm. Base size 220 x 220 mm
- The single stand has 3t capacity.
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MAXTOOLS is fully dedicated to providing high-quality products and ensuring customer satisfaction. We select tools that help automotive professionals work more safely and efficiently.
MAXTOOLS CJS300 Car Jack Stand with Rubber Head, 1 Pair, 3-Ton Capacity Each
Keep a sport-car frame confidently raised with this professional jack stand from MAXTOOLS. The CJS300 jack stand complies with safety standards and secures a car in place, providing convenient access for routine maintenance and everyday repairs.
The CJS300’s head features a protective thick rubber layer that won’t damage the under body of a car. Sold as a pair, each jack stand can be adjusted from 295 to 435 mm and offers a base size of 220 by 220 mm.
- Pair of professional jack stands
- 3-ton capacity per stand
- Protective thick rubber head
- Suitable for any car or SUV
- Adjustable through a solid pin
- Large and stable base
Safe and Easy to Use
The MAXTOOLS CJS300 is a pair of solid and professional jack stands designed for automotive use. They can support up to 3 tons each, and both heads are covered by a thick layer of rubber to prevent damage to a car’s body. The height is adjustable with a very strong pin, and the wide base offers stable support.
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The stands are expensive compared to other brands, so I was expecting heavy duty kit. When they turned up, I actually thought there was only 1 in the box as it was so light. They are much lighter than my existing stands.
My first impression was, that the stands were less stable than my existing ones largely due to the triangluar footprint. Also, the feet are quite small. I was aware of these facts before purchasing, but as I say the deciding factor was the flat head. The stands are very tall, largely due to the thick rubber head. This is not an issue for me as I'm lifting with a large jack + crossbeam, but you might struggle a bit if you're using a standard car jack.
I lowered the car onto the stands via the Mercedes sill pads and the rubber on the axle stands was so distorted that I quickly raised the car again. I then tested them on the subframe and they were good, but I had to adjust them a few times as I found one foot kept raising off the floor. I haven't noticed this with my square stands. The rubber compressed to match the angle of the car which was quite good. On both tests however, the small bolts that hold the rubber pads on the heads looked a bit stressed. I'm sure they are designed to last, but part of me wonders if they are the weak point in the design.
So to summarise. The stands are very light. They are tall, but don't feel particularly stable due to the small footprint and tiny feet. They do feel very well made. The paint is good and the height locking pin mechanism is nice. They do look cool. They don't work with the silly pads on my car, but that isn't the fault of the stands.
I think these are designed as premium stands for someone restoring an expensive classic. Something that looks nice and protects the frame well. And on a perfectly flat floor, they would be just as stable as my square stands. I've given them 4/5 because they are good stands. If like me, you're using them to support a basic family hatchback on a driveway, you're probably better off with some cheap stands with rubber frame protectors. I will enjoy using these however. You can never have too many stands under a raised vehicle!
If I had tested them out before I actually required them they would have been sent back as they are not fit for purpose and in my opinion dangerous.
Even on flat level ground you cannot get all 3 legs to actually make contact!! Unbelievably these are sold by amazon who should find themselves lucky that there are not serious issues with these.
Simply unfit for purpose
Clarke CAX 6TBC 6 Ton Tonne Axle Stands
On initial comparison, they're more expensive than the Clarke ones and not as easy to use. Like everything these days, they're made in China. They come with serial numbers (the same number on a plate riveted on to each stand) and a matching sticky label (also with the serial numbers) from an Italian firm on each, and indeed on a label on the box they arrived in (implying good traceability). But they're not CE marked anywhere as far as I can see. I wonder if this might have implications for the public liability insurance of professional users.
On the positive side, they're well made and finished, there being no sharp edges left on the bits you're likely to handle, and the paint work (I assume it's probably powder coating) seems well applied. They're easy to assemble and fairly simple to use. Their operating range is from 320 to 460mm, high enough for most cars and probably 4x4s too, given their 3 tonne rating. There is a good range of adjustment, with six possible height settings at about 30mm increments.
Machine Mart (MM) sell what look like identical stands (SIP Winntec 3 Ton) for nearly twenty quid more, so that makes these look good value. However, I'm afraid the Clarke 6 ton ones above are easier to use (no pin to set the height and they drop straight down after use), much stronger, have a taller maximum setting, are better made and they're cheaper (see MM) as well. The only thing they don't have is the rubber protectors on the heads, but that's no big deal as far as I'm concerned as it's easy to put a bit of rubber in if you need to.
These ones do have the advantage of a smaller footprint, so if you are limited for space near your jack, they'll probably fit where the Clarke ones would struggle, and they are lighter to move about under the vehicle.
That said, I'm pleased with them, and if I didn't know about the Clarke ones, I'd have given them five stars, but they do seem rather expensive when there are more versatile alternatives available for less.