Asked on Jun 7, 2010
Is it a scissor jack? Hydraulic? Bottle-type? My goal: 1) To replace the flimsy jack that came with my car. So, a replacement must be easy sein.2) would go to basic maintenance (oil changes, brakes, etc) with Jack steht.3) Ideally, this is under $ 50. ...
Asked on Apr 26, 2010
The problem is that it gets to a certain height and does not lift any higher. when i pump the handle i can hear a gurgling sound. I just bought it and there was already fluid inside when there was not supposed to be ...
Asked on May 31, 2010
I have a Nissan Quest van and I am trying to do a brake job on it. However, when I try to jack it up the car and springs raise up but the tire will not leave the ground. I have fully extended the ...
Asked on May 10, 2010
I bought a 3 ton hydraulic jack from kmart a few years back,figuring if i bought a 3 ton for 80 dollars it would last longer than the 2 ton jacks sold for $16+ dollars,i hardly ever used it,then while lowering a compact car [well less ...
Asked on Apr 25, 2010
Is it safe to put a solid piece or pieces of wood between the jack pad/saddle and car to get a higher lift? Using jack stands to hold car after.
The more room under the car the better. It'd be nice to have a ...
Asked on Sep 9, 2010
I am going to install rear axle nut covers to my '06 H-D Softail Duece and the one important thing I have to do is get the rear tire off the ground. How do I go about jacking up the bike so I can install it?
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