JACKSONVILLE, Ill. — Gaither Tool Co. has released its latest easy-to-use workshop jack, the Moore-Safe GT-20MS.
The tool and service system designer and manufacturer said the product is basically an adapter fitted to a jack that is stable and reliable, designed to cradle vehicle components and reduce the risk of slippage through misplacement or a load shift.
The jack's design incorporates two interchangeable mounting heads, including a "Y" head for use on round and square surfaces. The jack has a "round" head that supports and encases U-bolts, giving it a wide footprint on flat surfaces.
Jacksonville, Ill.-based Gaither said the tool was to debut at the SEMA Show and at Automechanika in Frankfurt, but neither show is being held live because of the pandemic.
The Moore-Safe features a 20-ton lifting capacity as it helps maintain the center of gravity when lifting to guarantee safety even in the most difficult and hazardous operating condition, the company said.
The jack initially will be available for sale in North America and then across Europe when accreditation has been finalized.