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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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Merrick Auto Dolly Reviews


Merrick Auto Dolly

Reviewed By Greg C (Upland, CA) —1/11/2015 7:21 AM

I bought the heavy duty dollies to move a restoration project around the the shop and drive way. The first thing I noticed was how well the dollies where made. The casters are far better then the imports you see at Harbor Freight. They have worked very well for me thus far.

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Hi-Lift Jacks Reviews


high lift jack

Reviewed By brad j (SOUTH CHICAGO HEIGHTS, IL) —1/11/2015 12:03 AM

work for tree service. great jack

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    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.