which low pro jack

DEEZUZ

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been fucking debating this for awhile now, and besides making the one at work disappear(low pro jack in a doozel shop.. wtf?) ive been looking at these 2. I hate cheap chinsy shit, so Im def leaning towards the K tool one, but if their all made by the same company, what really makes the difference? are they made by the same company?

3 Ton Aluminum Racing Floor Jack with RapidPump®

Bottom-line pricing on K-Tool International - 63133 at ToolTopia.com
I have this one from harbor and have had no issues..

3 ton Low Profile Steel Heavy Duty Floor Jack with Rapid Pump®
 

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Deezul, I'm with you on cheap shit, and although I don't own a HF jack A lot of people I know have em in their garages and have never had issues with em . . . I think my brother might even have one in his shop that he daily uses.
 

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Same here. Have had the steel version of the low pro and its great. Plus I like having the extra tonnage just in case
 

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I've jacked my 4,850lb TBSS up with it also. I use the orange heavy duty jack stands for trucks too that they sell. cheap and they work great for trucks.
 

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I have the small aluminum low pro race jack from harbor freight got it on sale for 80ish dollars, works great for swapping wheels at the track, honestly better quality than my big craftsman jack
 

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this is more than likely what ill be going with:fy:
I use it with my 6 ton stands and can get the car way the heck up in the air.

IT IS GLORIOUS

I have the small aluminum low pro race jack from harbor freight got it on sale for 80ish dollars, works great for swapping wheels at the track, honestly better quality than my big craftsman jack
I have this too, 1.5 ton? Works great and so light.
 

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