If you opt towards a QuickJack, my only suggestion, beyond getting the right length for your application, is to go with direct connections at the ramp end and the Quickjack quick disconnect fittings at the pump end.
Because the quick disconnects leak more often than not so you'll only have to deal with the leaks at the pump, not way under the car.
You can get whatever fittings you need at most NAPA stores for under $20 each.
Maybe a different manufacturer for the fittings would work better, but I haven't tried that yet.
And to add to Alan's story, Brian started a manufacturing operation way back when to make electronic capacitors. That's like saying you're gonna make a commodity like bread or tooth brushes, but he quickly built his business up over years and then sold it to a much larger company for lotsa bucks and had homes on Hilton Head Island and Palm Springs, along with his big yacht. After he gave his lift to Alan he and his wife were planning on selling that big (55' I think) motor yachet and getting, as he put it, a "Rock Star RV" and touring the country for a few years because his wife got tired of only seeing the USA from the coasts on their boat.
I haven't heard from him since, but as Alan pointed out, the guy had a YUGE! castle-like place on Hilton Head's Windmill Harbor next to the SC Yacht Club, which had a lock at the entrance to keep the yacht basin always at high tide level to allow larger boats to dock at their owner's houses. There were some pretty big boats in there.