Craftsman 2.5-Ton Floor Jack for $35 + free shipping via SYWM

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Sears offers the Craftsman 2.5-Ton Floor Jack, model no. 50165, for $34.99. Plus, Shop Your Way Max members receive free shipping. (Not a member? It's free to sign up for a 90-day trial; otherwise, shipping adds $23.66. In-store pickup is also available.) That's $35 off list price and the lowest total price we could find. It holds up to 5,000 lbs.

 

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Wow, that's a good price. I'm not sure it'll fit under the R8 though...
 

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This not the greatest jack . The handle is also short and the hydraulic released separate from the handle . For $35 it's not bad price for cheap extra jack .
 

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This not the greatest jack . The handle is also short and the hydraulic released separate from the handle . For $35 it's not bad price for cheap extra jack .
Works perfectly fine for garage/driveway work :dunno: just used one last night.
 

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This not the greatest jack . The handle is also short and the hydraulic released separate from the handle . For $35 it's not bad price for cheap extra jack .
It has to be better than my crappy Autozone special that I'm using now.
 
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A jack for this cheap is a deal. I agree with Turk though as I need one that has more clearance.
 

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Wow, that's a good price. I'm not sure it'll fit under the R8 though...
shit doesn't fit under the grand pricks to save it's life since it has 4 foot long overhangs due to being longer than a fucking chrysler 300.

it's been an orchestrated dance of 2x6's to get that fucking car on a jack for as long as I can remember :rofl:
 

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I've had this thing for years and treat it like shit. Still works like a champ!
 
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I hear ya, but I'll never pick it up once I get it out of my car.

I have the lightweight 1.5 ton for when I want to travel with it.
 

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I just literally yesterday bought the Pittsburgh model one from Harbor freight. $29.99 only a 2 ton to
 

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