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Pro-Lift Compact Service Jacks Reviews


Compact Floor Jack

Reviewed By Daryl B (COOPER CITY, FL) Reviewed for a 2005 Chevy Tahoe —2/19/2015 5:32 AM

Works smoothly with plenty of capacity for DIY. Easy to transport. Be careful of the plastic carrying handle since it will slip off--support jack by its' frame when carrying.

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Merrick Auto Dolly Reviews


Merrick auto dolly

Reviewed By G L V (Palestine, TX) Reviewed for a 1968 Chevy C/K Pickup —2/6/2015 9:21 PM

I used the product on all four wheels to move my 68 chevy c10 around in garage to fit other vehicles in, it roles very easy and seem heavy duty enough for weight of truck. I plan on buying another four, and would recommend dollies highly. I can see no negatives.

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Pro-Lift Heavy-Duty Service Jacks Reviews


2 1/2 ton pro lift jack

Reviewed By Charles K (MESA, AZ) Reviewed for a 2011 Toyota Tacoma —1/26/2015 4:39 PM

Works great. The only thing is that it is not a low profile to get under some on the lower vehicles.

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