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2-Pack Craftsman Jack Stands: Prof. 4-Ton $27, 2-1/4 Ton EXPIRED

Corwin 7,342 36,872 May 21, 2016 at 10:47 PM in Automotive Tools (7) More Sears Deals
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Promoted 05-22-2016 by Discombobulated at 11:51 PM View Original Post
Sears.com has 2-Pack Craftsman Professional 4-Ton Jack Stands (50163) on sale for $26.99. Select free in-store pickup to save on shipping. Thanks Corwin

Additionally, Sears.com also has 2-Pack Craftsman 2-1/4 Ton Jack Stands (50182) on sale for $11.99. Select free in-store pickup to save on shipping.

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Edited May 22, 2016 at 05:49 PM by Shorted
  • 2-Pack Craftsman 2-1/4 Ton Jack Stands [sears.com] (50182) $11.99
    • Features
      • Includes: 2 ratcheting jack stands
      • Enamel protection helps prevent corrosion
      • Wide bases ensure stability
      • Ratcheting mechanism rises quickly
      • Counter-weight pawls locks into place fast
      • Wide saddle delivers plenty of grip
  • 2-Pack Craftsman Professional 4-Ton Jack Stands [sears.com] (50163) $26.99
    • Features
      • Counterweighted pawl locks in place securely while adjusting easily
      • Rugged welded construction and alloyed steel offer years of support
      • Baked enamel coat prevents rust
      • Wide stance delivers superior stability
      • Saddle design boosts traction
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Great deal. I think the 2 1/4 ton have hit front page before at $14. Though I would spend the extra on the 4 ton
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Are they lifetime warranty?

Oh wait, Sears and Kmart are going to bankrupt so no more lifetime?
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Are they lifetime warranty?

Oh wait, Sears and Kmart are going to bankrupt so no more lifetime?
http://toolguyd.com/what-would-ha...-bankrupt/

Looks like you'll probably still have it.
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Great deal. I think the 2 1/4 ton have hit front page before at $14. Though I would spend the extra on the 4 ton
Why not a 10 ton?
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Why not a 10 ton?
There's a huge quality difference between the 2 1/4 ton and the 4 ton jack stands. I've got 2 sets of the 2 1/4 ton jackstands and I only use them as backups to my main stands. They look and feel extremely cheap. The 4 tons are a huge improvement.
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There's a huge quality difference between the 2 1/4 ton and the 4 ton jack stands. I've got 2 sets of the 2 1/4 ton jackstands and I only use them as backups to my main stands. They look and feel extremely cheap. The 4 tons are a huge improvement.
yeah, the 4-tons are a nearly twice as strong. But the two tons are sufficient for most cars and simply do not fail except by user error, I just used some 2-tons to do suspension work on my pickup with no concern at all. That being said, if someone is prone to using jack stands incorrectly, then the extra margin of safety provided by the 4-tons might be necessary.

Proper use means only using on concrete, never using damaged ones, always using in pairs by jacking up one end of the vehicle and simultaneously placing the stands, ensuring and doublechecking that the cam locks are properly set (probably the most frequent cause of failure), and slowly loading them as vertically as possible. In general, even though you are only supporting a portion of the vehicle, it is recommended to use jackstands that are rated for the whole weight of the vehicle. If you go bigger, they may not fit the available space under the vehicle.

For peace of mind, I recommend the double locking versions.
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There's a huge quality difference between the 2 1/4 ton and the 4 ton jack stands. I've got 2 sets of the 2 1/4 ton jackstands and I only use them as backups to my main stands. They look and feel extremely cheap. The 4 tons are a huge improvement.
Look and feel extremely cheap? LMAO
Do you know what the purpose of a jack stand is? laugh out loud

Let me give you a tip that may, one day, save your life. The quality of a jack stand is measured in how reliably it is able to hold its rated weight, not how it looks and feels.
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That being said, if someone is prone to using jack stands incorrectly, then the extra margin of safety provided by the 4-tons might be necessary.
No. The ONLY proper action in this case is to seek professional help.
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Last edited by zhopa May 22, 2016 at 08:38 PM
#11
Do not buy the 2.25 ton jack stands. They are dangerous garbage.
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#12
4 tons do not weigh the 184lbs listed in specs, more like 18.4 lbs.
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Look and feel extremely cheap? LMAO
Do you know what the purpose of a jack stand is? laugh out loud

Let me give you a tip that may, one day, save your life. The quality of a jack stand is measured in how reliably it is able to hold its rated weight, not how it looks and feels.
your comments are worthless and rude
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#14
no hdmi input. total deal breaker.
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#15
Cute looking and is that very heavy?
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