I've been looking for an easier way to lift the four cars that I maintain in our family and got interested in the Ranger QuickJack. The Odyssey is about 4,600 lbs and their 5,000 lb model is the right size.
There were two concerns with this lift. The first was the strength and safety of what looks in the photos to be a pretty light weight frame structure. The second was the fact that the QuickJack can reach about 58" max between lift points and Odyssey lift points are 66" apart.
The first concern was alleviated when I watched a recent youtube video that the company made where they set out to see how much weight they could load on the 5,000 lb model before it failed. They started out lifting 5,300 lbs, and then kept adding steel plates. They stopped when they ran out of steel plates, at which time the QuickJack was loaded with 19,100 lbs and still holding. Holy cow - that's almost 4x the rated load and it didn't fail. No more concern about how strong this jack is.
For the second issue I examined the pinch seam that runs along the bottom of the car. The lift points have a little fold-over in the seam to give you a bearing surface, but between them the pinch weld seam runs the length of the car, although it is just barely covered by the plastic side piece. The plastic sits right up against the seam, and it didn't appear that the rubber block would do any damage during a lift, so I ordered the lift. $1,340 delivered direct from the manufacturer (CA) with no tax for Florida. Delivery was free in less than a week.
Wow - this is a nicely engineered lift. It's very beefy - the lifting frames weigh over 70 lbs each, but they have wheels on the end to help roll them in place. Tonight was the first lift test and I lifted the Odyssey. It was a success on all accounts. The front block was under the front lift point directly, and the rear about 10" in from the rear lift point. The rubber lifting blocks formed nicely around the plastic covered seam and not a bit of damage was done. The car was very stable and was about 20" off the ground with a clear floor underneath - nice!
Needless to say it's a keeper! I can recommend it based on my experience with my Gen3 Odyssey. Picture below.