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Merrick Auto Dolly Reviews


Happy

Reviewed By Steve O (Maysville, MO) Reviewed for a 1971 Ford F-100 —1/20/2017 4:27 AM

Very happy with the dollies, I can move the vehicle by myself.

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Hi-Lift Jacks Reviews


48"

Reviewed By Rebecca C (Portland, OR) Reviewed for a 2000 Nissan Xterra —11/12/2016 5:43 AM

Great product

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Smittybilt Trail Jack Reviews


COUCHPOTATOE

Reviewed By Clarence B (War, WV) Reviewed for a 2000 Chevy Silverado —10/27/2016 10:09 PM

The Smittybilt Trail Jack was a life saver for Me today , I had to replace the rear spring shackle on My 2000 Chevy Silverado and if I hadn't to of bought the Smittybilt Trail Jack I would of had to constantly jacked up My truck and block it up to get the truck high enough up to connect the rear spring shackle to the rear hanger , but Thanks to the Smittybilt Trail Jack I was able to jack up My truck easily at one jacking up and blocked up my truck easily in half of the time it would of taken Me

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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.