American Made Jacks, Hydraulic Jacks Made in America
U.S. Jack Company

U.S. Jack Company was founded in 1988. The product designs and tooling were purchased from Auto Specialties Manufacturing when they discontinued their after-market business in 1988. Auto Specialties Manufacturing (AUSCO) had been producing automotive jacks and service equipment since the early 1930's. U.S. Jack Company has continued the tradition that AUSCO started of fine quality American made products. Limited parts inventory for some of the early AUSCO products are still available but becoming scarcer with each passing year. A full line of replacement parts and seal kits are readily available for today?s line up of U.S. Jack products.

In April of 2000 a fire at the original production location came very close to forever eliminating one more manufacturer of American made products, but the tenacity of the entire U.S. Jack staff brought it back from the ashes in the most literal sense.

Today U.S. Jack works with a number of OEM accounts supplying specialized hydraulic jacks tailored to meet their needs. Our products are also sold through our network of service centers and established distributors which can be located from our web site using the map of the United States.

Approximately 85% of our business is under contract with the federal government either through our own contract with the General Services Administration (GSA) or contracts being fulfilled through a number of our customers, some of which include BAE Systems, Lockheed-Martin and Boeing Aerospace.

We take a great deal of pride in the work we do to support our troops with American made equipment. Supporting other small businesses within our community is another point of company pride.

In March of 2007 U.S. Jack was contacted by SPC John Arnold while he was in Ramadi, Iraq. He was assigned to a motor pool doing his part to maintain essential equipment when he noticed a 12-ton hydraulic bottle jack supporting the rear axle of a truck requiring service???. but for 3 months this was ?the? only piece of equipment supporting the rear end of the truck. His exact commentary and photos are directly linked to his name. On June 21st of 2007 we received a follow-up communication from John noting that one week earlier the jack had been removed from under this truck and was again back in use in another area within their motor pool. Our thanks and appreciation to SPC John Arnold for his observation of real world use of our equipment.

All U.S. Jack products carry a one year warranty on material and workmanship and we have over 170 active authorized service centers across the United States. U.S. Jack is all about pride in American made products, keeping our fellow Americans working and supporting our troops with the highest quality products possible.