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I need a decent shop jack other then Harbor Freight. Needs to be able to lift a f350, have good height and quality, without breaking the bank to bad..... Thoughts?


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Good luck.....I bought one from harbor freight that’s called a Daytona...been doing good so far...
 
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friend of mine who is also a stock and super stock racer just bought this for his shop...

https://store.snapon.com/JACKS...or-Jack-P823620.aspx
 
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I also bought a Daytona from Harbor Freight and have been very pleased with it.
 
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it will take a 4 ton i think


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The one from Griots Garage looks nice but only two ton.


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I just had the hyd cylinder my 1980s era 2 ton Hein Werner jack rebuilt. They just dont make them like the used to.
 
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I just had the hyd cylinder my 1980s era 2 ton Hein Werner jack rebuilt. They just dont make them like the used to.
Yeah I’ve got a couple those laying around the new ones are the slowest jack in the world...
 
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Milwaukee model 20. There are no other options. Well other than the model 40, but the 20 will lift your f350 just fine.
 
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My shop jack is about 70 lbs of rotten 4 legged Golden Retreiver,well he's named Jack and lays around shop.

I bought one of the aluminum 1.5 ton jacks from harbor freight. Suppose to be quick jack deal.Works ok,nothing fast about it. Is lite and very low profile.

Looking at getting a 3 ton for heavy stuff ;ile truck and probably buy harbor freight even though I know its not going to last as long as some others that are higher price. Then I try not to work on street stuff too much,but here lately seems thats all I do.LOL


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I have the 4 ton HF jack. It lifted my old Cummins without issue.

Might want to check these guys out.

http://www.phjjacks.com/mercha...TGY&Category_Code=FL


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2 oldest things in my garage are a Black Hawk Jack and a Sears Shop Vac---both more than 40 years old and work just fine. Neither are available any more. I have 2 other jacks not 1/2 that old that have already given up
 
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I'm with Fern, 2 Blackhawk jacks the new one was bought in the mid 70's. My Sears shop vac is also over 40 years old, it's so old it's a green one.
 
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Originally posted by 1320racer:
friend of mine who is also a stock and super stock racer just bought this for his shop...

https://store.snapon.com/JACKS...or-Jack-P823620.aspx


$611.00, 113 lb CHINESE POS! C'mon Ed!
 
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as usual, your contributions to this forum are a waste of server space and worthless garbage!
 
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as usual, your contributions to this forum are a waste of server space and worthless garbage!


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another who's posts are wasted server space and worthless garbage.
 
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What part of truth and facts don't you like?

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Milwaukee model 20. There are no other options. Well other than the model 40, but the 20 will lift your f350 just fine.


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1. I couldn't care any less, I'm not in the market for a shop jack, I don't own a shop.

2. I'd buy that Snap On jack, backed by the best tool company in the country but I'd never ever buy anything from that chinese shyt store. I won't ever step into that place!
 
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