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Hi, my Ascent is due in at the end of the month but Quickjack is having a sale so thinking about taking advantage. Can someone please give me 3 measurements when you get a chance?

1. Distance between front and back tire tread
2. Distance between outer edges of jack points
3. Distance between inner edges of jack points.

Need the info to make sure I order the proper jack. Thanks again in advance.

https://www.quickjack.com
 

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Hi, my Ascent is due in at the end of the month but Quickjack is having a sale so thinking about taking advantage. Can someone please give me 3 measurements when you get a chance?

1. Distance between front and back tire tread
2. Distance between outer edges of jack points
3. Distance between inner edges of jack points.

Need the info to make sure I order the proper jack. Thanks again in advance.

https://www.quickjack.com
I can get you the official shop manual measurements tomorrow. Msg me on Facebook tomorrow afternoon if I've forgotten.
 

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Thanks, it doesn’t have to be exact, just close enough to make sure width of jack points are compatible with the jack that I’m buying. I found this but doesn’t quite have what I need. I can figure out the distance between the wheels from this but still need the measurements from both ends of the jackpoints.
 

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You need not worry so much about the measurements. I safely and easily lifted my Ascent with my BL-3500 Quick Jack. Even though the Ascent exceeds both the weight and frame limit for this jack, it lifted it with ease and had zero problems with stability.



The Quick Jacks are all overbuilt and have amazing strength and stability.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=83Qv3j6MZwg

For the Ascent, the BL-5000SLX or the BL-5000EXT will both work well. You really don't need to use the BL-7000 series.

The issue isn't so much with the maximum frame length, the issue is with the minimum length. You want to ensure the jack you choose will work on all your vehicles. If you have a smaller vehicle as well, you don't want to spend over a thousand dollars on a jack that will only work on a large vehicle.

You'll love the Quick Jack. I use mine all the time and would never go back to anything else. One of my best purchases ever. They're having a rare sale on them now at the Quick Jack website so it's an excellent time to buy.
 

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Awesome. Ordering this week. Thanks for the help.

You need not worry so much about the measurements. I safely and easily lifted my Ascent with my BL-3500 Quick Jack. Even though the Ascent exceeds both the weight and frame limit for this jack, it lifted it with ease and had zero problems with stability.



The Quick Jacks are all overbuilt and have amazing strength and stability.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=83Qv3j6MZwg

For the Ascent, the BL-5000SLX or the BL-5000EXT will both work well. You really don't need to use the BL-7000 series.

The issue isn't so much with the maximum frame length, the issue is with the minimum length. You want to ensure the jack you choose will work on all your vehicles. If you have a smaller vehicle as well, you don't want to spend over a thousand dollars on a jack that will only work on a large vehicle.

You'll love the Quick Jack. I use mine all the time and would never go back to anything else. One of my best purchases ever. They're having a rare sale on them now at the Quick Jack website so it's an excellent time to buy.
 
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