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Cepco Tool QuikJack QJ1 Flooring/Construction Jack

November 9th, 2007 · No Comments

Join flooring with ease! Use over any surface! Squeeze last board! Push, pull, bend, or straighten virtually anything on your jobsite. No more GAPS! Slide jack over any length of 2 in. x 4 in. for working away from wall or brace, wind crank, fasten board, pick 2 in. x 4 in. up and do it again – jack stays on 2 in.x 4 in. Jack locks itself to 2 in. x 4 in. Jack holds work in place, HANDS FREE! 2 in.x 4 in. floats over top of work, no need to cut or fasten 2 in. x 4 in. extension. To pull in last boards requires 1/4 in. gap between last board and wall. Use a board against wall to protect finished walls.

mfr: Cepco Tool Company Hardwood Flooring Jack – A versatile jack for straightening and joining materials of all sizes over any surface! Pulls boards in with ease! No more wedges, chisels, or damaged boards. NO MORE GAPS! SAVE time, material, effort, and $$$

STOP DOING IT THE HARD WAY!

Work over any surface! Use over wood sub floors, concrete subfloors, or open joist construction. Incredibly powerful. Join 3/4″ strip flooring, 2×10 decking, 4’x8′ plywood, 2×8 roofing. Offers hands free holding of material. Jack will hold position hands free ! Jack has 12″ of travel. Length of jack is 24″ fully retracted.

Working away from wall: Simply slide jack over desired length 2×4. No need to fasten jack or 2×4 in place. Turn side wind crank. Jack will self lock to 2×4 and squeeze flooring. To disengage from 2×4 just tap lock bracket with hammer.

Working near wall: Press directly off wall (or brace, if finished wall). Turn sidewind crank. Itªs that simple.

The best question we hear from customers installing flooring for the first time: “How do they do it without it” When we explain how its done without it (wedges, chisels, clamps, etc.), they are quite thrilled that we showed them a better way.

Many applications – not just a hardwood flooring tool! Be creative!


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