Torin All-Purpose Farm Jack - 3 1/2-Ton Capacity, Model# TR6501
Farm Jack made by Torin
Product is very well made, good for all around farm and home use.
October 8, 2012
A handy tool
The Torin all-purpose farm jack is sturdy and easy to use. It is self-explanatory and ready out of the box.
The one concern I have is that the gear or clutch that allow changing from elevating the jack to lowering it is fairly stiff, at least in the first few times of usage. I would imagine this will improve and I would rather have a firm lock when raising heavy items.
It is stable on uneven ground also.
August 14, 2012
Great jack for a great price. I used 2 of them to jack up the garage roof. I also used them to pull old chain link fence posts out of the ground. Works easily and not too heavy to carry. The one thing that could be improved would be to have a heavier spring in the jack as I wore this one out. Also adding a clip to keep the handle up would be a great addition. Overall I would highly recommend.
May 14, 2012
Most excellent farm jack.
I bought this for use with an old Ford pickup that had no jack. However, it has so many uses beyond a simple vehicle jack. It can be used for pulling imbedded posts from the ground, stretching fence wire. I have even leveled up trusses under my old house. It is strong enough for a myriad of uses. Great jack.
May 14, 2012
Good quality jack that is well made. It's heavy, but it needs to be for most purposes. I use it to pull T-posts up I cannot get to with my tractor. Base plate is small so you will need a larger plate or wood block under it on soft ground.
January 18, 2012
Still in one piece
This jack has held up well. the foot is a little small so keep a heavy plank around to give it a steady base.
October 17, 2011
Thought it was good item worked as stated no problems..
October 10, 2011
I bought Four of These
I spaced four vertical 2x4s seven feet apart fastening them to the rafters and the floor. Next I bolted the tops of the jacks to the 2x4s, and tacked the bases to the floor. Then I ran two 2x3 steel tubing between each pair of jacks to lift may car, which it did easily. I also put a piece of plywood across the tubing to drive my garden tractor on and then lift it up. Just one more example of the things these jacks can do. Stay clear of that jack handle, and try if possible to anchor the jack, but of course there are many times when just the jack and the load are in the picture. If you expect it to twist or lean then you can plan or readjust as needed. I recently lifted a 12 x 20 foot greenhouse and drove my camper under it to move the greenhouse down the hill. The four jacks made it easy to do.
June 13, 2011
Big Red Farm Jack
Jack worked excellent, on lifting and leveling my storage shed (12X 24) and with no effort whatsoever. Also worked great as a fence stretcher, ran some 3/4 bar through the fence and hooked the jack to it again no effort at all.
March 14, 2011
Have used mine 3 times so far since I got it. 1st time was to jack up my shed to put it on a sled and move it. 2nd time was to put overload shocks on my Jeep and the 3rd time was to lift up the front of my friends truck so we could repair his leaf spring shackles on his truck which broke in the woods.
January 24, 2011