I dunno... Looks kinda sketch to me. An 8" riser on an 'imported' off the shelf bottle jack. I'd rather have a larger bottle jack or put some dunnage under the jack
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It could be. I obviously haven't run the calculations for the bottle jack, but taller columns reduce buckling stress by the length squared when all other things are equal (particularly the cross section of the column). Adding height also increases the likelihood of eccentricity causing problems and reducing stability.A riser really isn't an issue.
PM me the details on the Safe Jack shaft, we can make a Rivian adapter for it . We will make it right & safe
You're missing a piece of your Rivian jack if you think this is all it can do.Stability is not a concern. Check this video, shaking the truck on the Team 1EV bottle jack...it's not going anywhere! The jack can be stored on it's side, yes. The jack comes with a storage case, if it weeps a little hydraulic fluid - which is normal, the case catches it. Our puck is engineered specifically for our jack - the jack screw shaft fits inside our puck -- it is not just sitting on top of the jack top! This is a safety thing - that is why the two are sold together, as a matched kit engineered to work properly.
BTW, have you looked at the optional Rivian oem scissor jack and puck? The puck is just sitting on the top with only 3/8" of plastic nipple holding it in place. Our bottle jack has several inches of the jack steel shaft secured inside a 2" thick aluminum puck, by comparison....you're not knocking the puck off our jack. The Team 1EV Bottle Jack Kit gives +1" versus the Rivian scissor jack too.