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Merrick Auto Dolly Reviews


Really nice, easy assembly and easy to move my car.

Reviewed By richard r (Marysville, OH) Reviewed for a 2005 Ford Mustang —12/9/2014 4:57 PM

I ordered the heavy duty set of dollies due to the previous reviews, so glad I did, my '05 Mustang GT moves easily on these. Just wish they had locks on the casters so you can move the car without the whole car moving,I just chock the casters on the side I don't want to move. Would highly recommend.

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Hi-Lift Jacks Reviews


quality

Reviewed By Martin U (CAMAS, WA) Reviewed for a 2015 Jeep Wrangler —12/5/2014 10:06 PM

High quality for the price.

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Pro-Lift Jack Stands Reviews


"Comfort Stands"

Reviewed By Ronald J. M (BRACEY, VA) —5/29/2014 7:23 PM

I bought these to replace another 3 ton set that I refused to use! Upon arrival, I had the comfort of knowing I was going to be safe under my Navigator. These show solid welds, and I know they will be safe for all my repair work.

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    How to Safely Jack Up a Car, Truck or SUV

    The average car weighs around 2 tons, with trucks weighing quite a bit more. And, it’s this incredible heft that warrants safety above all else when purposefully making the wheels leave the ground. By following a few safety guidelines, working on a properly lifted car is relatively safe.