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Lift Without Limit

For convenience, portability, and compact storage, nothing beats the MaxJax!

Learn About the MaxJax

How does it work?

The portable two post MaxJax™ lifting system by Dannmar is very simple to install and use. The MaxJax™ garage lift can be installed by just one person in less than 30 minutes. This car lift's portable design allows convenient placement and movability that you can't find with any other auto lift on the market.

Step 1: Insert Recessed Drop-in Anchors
MaxJax™ concrete anchors are internally threaded to provide flush-mount installation. These specially designed recessed anchors are installed in your concrete floor and remain there permanently. The holding power of each anchor bolt exceeds 14,500-pounds when properly installed.

Insert Recessed Anchors

Step 2: Move Columns Over Drop-in Anchors
Roll the columns into position over the recessed anchors. Make sure bolt holes line up with the recessed anchors in the concrete.
Roll MaxJax Columns

Step 3: Secure to Floor
Secure each column to the floor using the five 5/8" x 2" high-yield hex bolts.
MaxJax Anchor Bolts Tightening

Step 4: Position Mobile Cart
Position the mobile power-unit cart at the front or rear of the vehicle.
MaxJax Mobile Power Unit Cart

Step 5: Attach Hydraulic Couplers
Attach the quick connect/disconnect hydraulic couplers to the back of each column. Our quick connect/disconnect hydraulic couplers provide a fast and dependable fluid connection without leakage.
quick connect/disconnect hydraulic couplers

Step 6: Install Adjustable Lift Arms
Install the adjustable lift arms to the MaxJax™ columns and install the quick drop-in pivot pins.
Install Adjustable Lift Arms

Step 7: Start Using the Lift
You're now ready to use your MaxJax lift!
Enjoy Using Your New MaxJax Lift


The MaxJax™ is protected by one or more patents or claims of patents in the U.S. and elsewhere. This is provided to satisfy the virtual patent marking provisions of various jurisdictions, including the virtual patent marking provisions of the America Invents Act, as codified in 35 U.S.C. § 287(a).