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1993 Ford Ranger
Tools & Tool Storage

1993 Ford Ranger Tools & Tool Storage

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Hi-Lift Jacks

handyman

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. View more reviews...
Posted By joseph d (alliance, NE) / December 26, 2011
2001 Ford Ranger
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Smittybilt Air Compressors

Good buy that gets the job done

Reasonably priced kit that did everything I needed it to. Used to air down /up 2 jeeps during a fun day out. Was not disappointed. View more reviews...
Posted By Phyllis S (Dayton, TX) / January 30, 2020
2007 Jeep Grand Cherokee
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VIAIR 90P Portable Air Compressor

First use of 90P compressor

The setup was fairly easy. The only problem I had was in attaching the compressor to the tire valve stem. On two tires I could not get a good seal. I suspect that this is designed for a valve stem 3" long and not those of a passenger car. I am considering swapping the hose from the 70P unit that does make a good seal (even if it voids the warranty). View more reviews...
Posted By Crockett E (PHOENIX, AZ) / May 5, 2019
1984 Volvo 245
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