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Hydraulic Axle Jack 12T

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P/N: 02-7813C0100

Country: ESTONIA

Manufactured by OEM: No

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Hydraulic Axle Jack 12T - 02-7813C0100

The Hydraulic Axle Jack 12T (part number 02-7813C0100) is an essential tool designed for aircraft maintenance and repair tasks, providing a lifting capacity of 12 metric tons. It is engineered for robustness and reliability, ensuring safe and efficient lifting of aircraft during wheel and brake maintenance.


  • Lifting Capacity: 12 tons (24,000 lbs)
  • Collapsed Height: 7.5 inches (190.5 mm)
  • Extended Height: 26 inches (660.4 mm)
  • Hydraulic Fluid: MIL-PRF-5606
  • Weight: Approximately 67 lbs (30.4 kg)
  • Material: High-strength steel construction
  • Standard: Meets or exceeds ANSI/ASME PALD standards


The Hydraulic Axle Jack 12T, referred to by its part number 02-7813C0100, is designed to support the rigorous demands of the aviation industry. With a lift capacity of 12 tons, this jack is ideal for a wide range of aircraft models. It features a low collapsed height of 7.5 inches (190.5 mm), making it suitable for use in confined spaces, while the extended height reaches up to 26 inches (660.4 mm), providing ample clearance for maintenance tasks.

Constructed from high-strength steel, the Hydraulic Axle Jack ensures durability and longevity under frequent use. The use of MIL-PRF-5606 hydraulic fluid guarantees optimal performance in a variety of environmental conditions. Built with safety and standards compliance in mind, the jack adheres to the stringent ANSI/ASME PALD guidelines.

Operators can trust in the Hydraulic Axle Jack's firm stability and precise control, which are critical in maintaining the safety and integrity of aircraft components during lifting operations. Lightweight at approximately 67 lbs (30.4 kg), it is portable and easy to maneuver around the hangar or airfield. The efficiency and reliability of the Hydraulic Axle Jack 12T make it an indispensable tool for aircraft mechanics and technicians in the aviation industry.