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The heavier piston, turbo-prop and jet powered aircraft weighing up to 32000 lbs. (14517kg) are too valuable to consider using anything less than the A700 Series Aircraft Jacks from Meyer Hydraulics. For over 55 years, we have been manufacturing aircraft jacks that continue to set the standard for safe, dependable lifting at affordable prices. This Series of professional hydraulic lifting equipment handles airplanes and helicopters with the security and features one should demand in an aircraft jack.

  • A: INNER SLIDE TUBE – The 3.5″ (89mm) diameter powder-coated Tube forms the foundation of the TriTask Aircraft Jack System. The zigzag pattern of 1″ (25mm) safety lock-out holes are vertically spaced 1.5″ (38mm). The Tube’s top has a 1″ (25mm) diameter threaded hole designed to receive an AT-JPRn Jacking Point Receiver, a Top-of-the-Jack Load Cell or an AT-EBnnn Extension Bar.

  • B: POSITIVE SAFETY LOCK – Spring-loaded safety pin “pops” into the Inner Slide Tube and rests on top of the Jack’s frame to prevent the accidental lowering of the aircraft.

  • C:  ANTI-SNAG ROUND FRAME TUBE has a 4.5″ (114mm) diameter with
    a 3.5″ (89mm) ID that lowers about .125″ (5mm), and uniquely contacts the hanger floor as the aircraft is being lifted.

  • D: LOW-HEIGHT LEG DESIGN provides maximum gear door clearance. The three legs insure excellent stability with about 47″ (120cm) leg-to-leg spread and each leg tip out 27″ (68.6cm) from the center of the round frame tube. This provides a minimum of 27″ (68.6cm) on one side and 14.5″
    (36.8cm) on the other for side-to-side support. Contact Meyer Hydraulics if your gear door clearance is less than 2.375″ (60mm) from the center of the aircraft’s jacking point.

  • E: SIX 3″ (76mm) SPRING LOADED CASTERS allow easy transporting of the Jack around the hanger without the need for the steel legs to scuff across the floor.

  • F: TWO ACCESSORY TUBES are provided to allow the operator to put in accessories or tools for on-board storage if desired.

  • G: LEG FLOOR PADS each provide a 4″ x 2″ (10x5cm) surface area for load
    distribution and to help prevent hanger floor surface damage.

Learn About the TriTask Aircraft Jack System

A760 (retracted)

A760 (extended)

A728

A728

A755C (front view)*

A755C (side view)*

A755C (top)*

* AT-EBNNN-Extension Bars CAN NOT be used with the A755C

TriTask A700 Aircraft Jacks Stat Chart

TriTask Jack &
Inner Slide Tube
Low Height
(Tube only)
Low Height w/AT-JPR2*Hydraulic StrokeHigh Height
(Tube only)
High w/AT-JPR2*Capacity
A722B w/AT72222*22.125" (56.2cm)22.5" (57.2cm)14" (35.6cm)36.125" (91.8cm)36.5" (92.7cm)16000 lbs. (7258kg)
A725B w/AT72525*25.125" (63.8cm)25.5" (64.8cm)17" (43.2cm)42.125" (107cm)42.5" (108cm)16000 lbs. (7258kg)
A728B w/AT72828*28.125" (71.4cm)28.5" (72.4cm)20" (50.8cm)48.125" (122.2cm)48.5" (123.2cm)16000 lbs. (7258kg)
A728C w/AT72828*28.125" (71.4cm)28.5" (72.4cm)20" (50.8cm)48.125" (122.2cm)48.5" (123.2cm)24000 lbs. (10886kg)
A734B w/AT73434*34.125" (86.7cm)34.5" (87.6cm)26" (66cm)60.125" (152.7cm)60.5" (153.7cm)16000 lbs. (7258kg)
A734C w/AT73434*34.125" (86.7cm)34.5" (87.6cm)26" (66cm)60.125" (152.7cm)60.5" (153.7cm)24000 lbs. (10886kg)
A740C w/AT74040*40.125" (101.9cm)40.5" (102.9cm)31" (78.7cm)71.125" (180.7cm)71.5" (181.7cm)24000 lbs. (10886kg)
A755C** w/AT75555*55.125" (140cm)55.5" (141cm)40" (101.6cm)95.125" (241.6cm)95.5" (242.6cm)24000 lbs. (10886kg)
(Special leg bracing and extra casters make the A755C ideal for lifting flight simulators as well as aircraft)
A760A** w/AT75560*60" (152.4cm)60.375" (153.4)40" (101.6cm)100" (254cm)100.375" (255cm)10000 lbs. (4536kg)

* Comes standard with that TriTask Jack
** Model A755C and A760A   DO NOT HAVE THREADED INNER SLIDE TUBES.  These Jack Models are not designed to be used with AT-EBnnn Extension Bars.

King Air 250 on three A734Bs
Photo courtesy of Texas Aircraft Propeller & Accessories

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