Ok guys good Jack????

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  1. Sn95Willis

    Sn95Willis Active Member

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    Post pics of your Jacks... You know the ones that you use to jack up your car or trucks... I need to get one and i am looking for one of the bigger ones like they have at tire shops... Also where is a good place to get one????




    Willis
     
  2. scarface

    scarface Guest

    I use a craftsman low pro jack... got it from SEARS.
     
  3. DropTopPony

    DropTopPony Administrator Staff Member Admin SN95 Supporter

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    Me too, the aluminum one. Its the only jack that fits under my car. I also use a set of Rhino Ramps and i made a set of wood ramps from the MustangWorld write up and they kick ass.
     
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    Suspect Well-Known Member

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    thats the one i want.
     
  5. Twista

    Twista Legend

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    ya you want the big long flat ones. (low profile) [​IMG]

    Walmart has one for like $80 i think.
     
  6. uncltrvlnmatt

    uncltrvlnmatt Legend

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    I have an old sears jack. It is about 30 years old and still works good enough. The best $20.00 we ever spent on tools.
     
  7. 19mustang95

    19mustang95 Legend

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    get the craftsman racing jack...i was in Sears today picking up a 263pc. tool set they had on sale, and i was gonna pick one of them up to, but i didn't wanna spend the $100.
     
  8. jareds98gt

    jareds98gt New Member

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    i was looking at getting the craftsmen aluminum jack to but, its only rated at 2,000 lbs. would it still be okay to use on a stang??
     
  9. 19mustang95

    19mustang95 Legend

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    i dont see why not, its not like you are gonna be lifting all 3300 pounds of the stang at once.