PLEASE READ THE ENTIRE CONTENTS OF THIS MANUAL PRIOR TO

PLEASE READ THE ENTIRE CONTENTS OF THIS MANUAL PRIOR TO
PLEASE READ THE ENTIRE CONTENTS OF THIS MANUAL PRIOR TO
INSTALLATION AND OPERATION. BY PROCEEDING YOU AGREE THAT
YOU FULLY UNDERSTAND AND COMPREHEND THE FULL CONTENTS OF
THIS MANUAL. FORWARD THIS MANUAL TO ALL OPERATORS. FAILURE
TO USE THIS EQUIPMENT AS DIRECTED MAY CAUSE INJURY OR DEATH.
REV A 12-31-2015
P/N 5900964
OPERATION AND ASSEMBLY MANUAL
HEAVY DUTY
LOW PROFILE FLOOR JACK
Model:
RFJ-5000HD
2.5 TON CAPACITY
Keep this operation manual near the
machine at all times. Make sure that
ALL USERS read this manual.
SHIPPING DAMAGE CLAIMS
When this equipment is shipped, title passes
to the purchaser upon receipt from the carrier.
Consequently, claims for the material damaged in
shipment must be made by the purchaser against
the transportation company at the time shipment
is received.
BE SAFE
Ranger™ Floor Jacks are designed and built with
safety in mind. However, proper training and thoughtful operation on the part of the user can increase your
overall safety. DO NOT operate or repair this tool
without reading this manual and the important safety
instructions shown inside.
1645 Lemonwood Dr.
Santa Paula, CA. 93060, USA
Toll Free: 1-800-253-2363
Tel: 1-805-933-9970
Fax: 1-805-933-9160
www.rangerproducts.com
THIS OPERATING MANUAL CONTAINS
IMPORTANT DETAILS CONCERNING THE
SAFE OPERATION OF THIS TOOL THE
USER MUST READ AND UNDERSTAND
THESE DETAILS BEFORE ANY USE OF THE
TOOL. THIS MANUAL MUST BE RETAINED
FOR FUTURE REFERENCE.
ALTERATIONS
Because of potential hazards associated with this type of
equipment, no alterations shall be made to the product.
FOR YOUR SAFETY AND TO PREVENT INJURY:
Use Service Jack for lifting purposes ONLY.
Always support vehicle with jack stands.
OWNER/OPERATOR RESPONSIBILITY:
The owner and/or operator shall study the product
instructions and retain them for future reference.
THIS IS A LIFTING DEVICE ONLY. DO NOT MOVE OR
DOLLY THE VEHICLE WHILE ON THE JACK.
IMMEDIATELY AFTER LIFTING, SUPPORT THE
VEHICLE WITH APPROPRIATE MEANS.
The owner and/or operator shall have an understanding
of the product operating instructions and warnings before
operating the jack.
DO NOT EXCEED RATED CAPACITY.
OVERLOADING CAN CAUSE DAMAGE TO
OR FAILURE OF THE JACK.
Warning information shall be emphasized and
understood. If the operator is not fluent in English, the
product instructions and warnings shall be read to and
discussed with the operator in the operator’s native
language by the purchaser/ owner or his designee,
making sure that the operator comprehends its contents.
LIFT ONLY ON AREAS OF THE VEHICLE AS
SPECIFIED BY THE VEHICLE MANUFACTURER.
CENTER LOAD ON SADDLE PRIOR TO LIFTING.
OFF-CENTER LOADS MAY CAUSE DAMAGE TO
JACK, LOSS OF LOAD, PROPERTY DAMAGE,
PERSONAL OR FATAL INJURY.
THIS JACK IS DESIGNED FOR USE ONLY ON HARD
LEVEL SURFACES CAPABLE OF SUSTAINING THE
LOAD. USE ON OTHER THAN HARD LEVEL
SURFACES CAN RESULT IN JACK INSTABILITY AND
POSSIBLE LOSS OF LOAD.
INSPECTION
Visual inspection should be made before each use of the
jack. This inspection should check for abnormal
conditions such as cracked welds, leaks, and damaged,
loose or missing parts.
NO ALTERATIONS TO THE JACK SHALL BE MADE.
READ, STUDY AND UNDERSTAND THE OPERATING
MANUAL PACKED WITH THIS JACK BEFORE
OPERATING.
Any jack that appears to be damaged in any way, is found
to be worn or operated abnormally, must be removed
from service immediately.
FAILURE TO HEED THESE WARNINGS MAY RESULT
IN LOSS OF LOAD, DAMAGE TO JACK, AND/OR
FAILURE RESULTING IN PROPERTY DAMAGE,
PERSONAL OR FATAL INJURY.
Any jack that operates abnormally shall be removed from
service until repaired by a qualified repair service center.
If the jack is accidentally subjected to an abnormal load
or shock, it must be taken out of service immediately and
be inspected by a qualified repair or service center.
It is recommended that an annual inspection is performed
on the jack and that any damaged or worn parts, decals
or warning labels be replaced with manufacturer’s
specified parts.
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ASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS
2. To lower load:
Re-check to make sure release valve is tightly closed.
Then, operate the jack handle until the load is raised
enough to remove the jack stands.
1. Remove 2-piece handle from box. Insert narrow portion
of top section (41) into bottom section (39) and secure
with bolt (42) provided.
2. Then, slightly press down on the handle yoke
assembly to release pressure on the handle yoke
assembly retainer and remove retainer. This will allow
handle yoke to be raised to operating position.
DO NOT CRAWL UNDER VEHICLE WHILE LIFTING
VEHICLE OR REMOVING THE JACK STANDS!
Once jack stands are removed, open release valve very
slowly to lower the vehicle. Lower jack completely so that
the vehicle is securely resting on the ground and that jack
no longer makes contact with vehicle.
3. Grease handle receptacle and insert slotted end
of handle into place. Tighten set screw (35) to secure
handle.
OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
BEFORE USE:
Air may become trapped in the hydraulic system during
transit. To purge air:
1. Open release valve by turning handle counterclockwise.
Keep hands or feet away from the
hinge mechanism of the jack.
2. Pump handle rapidly 4 full strokes. This will expel air
that may have entered oil passages during transit.
MAINTENANCE
When adding or replacing hydraulic fluid, always use a
quality hydraulic fluid. DO NOT use brake fluid, alcohol,
detergent motor oil, dirty oil or any fluid other than quality
hydraulic fluid. Improper fluids can cause internal damage to the jack and improper or unsafe operation.
3. Close release valve by rotating handle clockwise and
pump handle.
4. If lift arm is raised, jack is ready for use. If not, repeat
this procedure.
Adding Hydraulic Fluid
IMPORTANT:
With the saddle fully lowered and the jack on level
ground, remove the filler screw. Hydraulic fluid should
be filled to the level of the filler screw hole. If the level is
below this hole, add hydraulic fluid as needed.
Before attempting to raise any vehicle, check
vehicle service manual for recommended lifting surfaces.
OPERATION:
LUBRICATION
All moving joints require lubrication often. Lightly grease
saddle post and saddle bottom. Remove handle and
grease the lower end of handle where it rotates in the
handle socket. Using a grease gun, grease the lift arm
pivot shaft grease fitting until grease appears at the end
of the shaft. Oil all lift arm linkages, front wheels and rear
casters.
1. To Raise Load: Close release valve tightly (by turning
handle clockwise). DO NOT OVERTIGHTEN. Position
jack under load so that saddle will contact load firmly and
load is centered so it cannot slip. Operate jack handle until saddle approaches the load. Once again, check to see
that saddle is correctly positioned. Raise load to desired
height. Place jack stands of appropriate capacity under
the vehicle. DO NOT CRAWL UNDER VEHICLE WHILE
LIFTING VEHICLE OR PLACING OR REMOVING JACK
STANDS!
SPECIFICATIONS
Rated Load Capacity: Minimum Height:
High height Front Overall Width Rear OVerall Width
Shipping Weight
Place jack stands at vehicle manufacturer’s recommended lift areas that provide stable support for the raised
Vehicle. Once jack stands are positioned, open the
release valve VERY SLOWLY (by turning the handle
counterclockwise).
Lower the load to rest on the jack stands. Then, make
sure that the release valve on the jack is closed tightly
(by turning the handle clockwise).
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5000 lbs. (2268 kg.)
3” (76mm)
20” (508mm)
10-1/2” (267mm)
14” (356mm)
74lbs. (34 kg.)
FEATURES
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Low profile chassis accommodates low ground
clearance vehicles.
Swivel Casters for easy mobility
“Quick-pump” feature for fater lifting speed.
Professional model designed for heavy use.
Universal-joint, pressure release system.
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Roller-cam, dual plunger pump assembly.
Heavy steel construction for maximum durability.
Double-sealed hydraulics for longer service life.
Sealed hydraulic unit prevents contamination.
Safety-overload system.
Flanged side plates for increased strength.
TROUBLESHOOTING
PROBLEM
ACTION
1. Unit will not lift load
Purge air from hydraulic system by following procedure
under OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS.
2. Unit will not sustain load or feels “spongy” under load.
Purge air from hydraulic system as above.
3. Unit will not lift to full height.
Purge air from hydraulic system as above. Check to be sure
oil level is not too high or low.
4. Unit will not lower completely.
Check oil level. Make sure not overfilled.
5. Handle tends to raise up while the unit is under load.
Pump the handle rapidly several times to push oil past ball
valves in power unit.
6. Unit still does not operate.
Contact Parts & Warranty Department.
WARRANTY
WARRANTY NOTICE
This Floor Jack from Ranger Products™ is covered under a 1 year warranty when used as recommended. Many parts are
available, as shown in parts breakdown on pages: 5 - 6. For assistance with the operation or the availability of
replacement parts contact our Customer Service Department at 1-800-253-2363. Please have available a copy of your
receipt, the model number of the product, and specific details regarding your question.
WARRANTY INFORMATION
We want to know if you have any cooncerns with Ranger Products. If so, please call us toll-free for immediate assistance:
1-800-879-7316 or 1-805-933-9970
For more information about our warranty, please visit:
www.bendpak.com/support/warranty
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RFJ-5000HD PARTS BREAKDOWN
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RFJ-5000HD PARTS BREAKDOWN
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MAINTENANCE
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For Parts Or Service
Contact:
BendPak Inc. / Ranger Products
1645 Lemonwood Dr.
Santa Paula, CA. 93060
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Tel: 1-805-933-9970
Toll Free: 1-800-253-2363
Fax: 1-805-933-9160
www.rangerproducts.com
NOTE:
Every effort has been taken to ensure complete and accurate instructions have been included in this manual, however, possible
product updates, revisions and or changes may have occurred since this printing. BendPak Ranger reserves the right to change
specifications without incurring any obligation for equipment previously or subsequently sold. Not responsible for typographical errors.
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