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Ford Ranger High Lift Jacks

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Hi-Lift Jacks Reviews


handyman

Reviewed By joseph d (alliance, NE) Reviewed for a 2001 Ford Ranger —12/26/2011 10:21 PM

typically called handyman, but also known as a widow maker, because they are dangerous if the user doesn't use extreme caution. they can fall over, sink in sand, of slip and bop you in the mouth, if you aren't careful. they ARE very handy and useful, as the name suggests, though. they need to be kept up and lubed as the pins get dirty, sticky. New pin kits are available though and should be purchased instead of risking life or limb using a worn out jack. A Great and handy/useful jack. just use common sense, and be very careful.

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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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