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Promoted 07-10-2016 by longmanj9 at 12:24 PM View Original Post
Sears has Craftsman 6-Ton Hydraulic Bottle Jack on sale for $13.99. Select free store pickup to save on shipping. Thanks powerfuldoppler

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This Hydraulic Bottle Jack provides 12,000 pounds of lifting power and is a great tool to have on hand, whether on the go or in your garage.


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Edited July 10, 2016 at 08:00 AM by TattyBear
Sears has the Craftsman 6 ton Hydraulic Jack for $14 w/store pick up,

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$4 more on something that costs $14 is 30% more..

Unrelated but I know these comments/questions are coming. There is a difference between a scissor jack, a floor jack, farm jack (Hi-Lift), ramps, and a bottle jack. All have various uses and are good at some things and not so good at others. Just because one is better for something does not mean it is a best one for everything.


No jack at any price, quality, or type is adequate or safe enough for you to get under or stick body parts under when your car is lifted up. NO EXCEPTIONS. There is exactly one small part that is between you and death, either a threaded bolt in the case of a scissor jack or an o-ring in a floor or bottle jack (a floor jack is nothing more than a bottle jack with a frame, arm, and wheels attached)

Bottle jack Pros
Light weight and small and easy to carry around and place compared to the amount it can lift.
No arc when it lifts, it goes straight up and not pull or push
Not just for lifting a car
Cons
Rather tall clearance and a small range of lift.
Small base and less stable - Loads should be straight down, in the large equipment industry, bottle jacks are the most used, they are reliable and when used on level stable ground, they are very safe. A floor jack is more forgiving with shifting loads but with it's arc, it often creates shifting load condition through it's own action (ever notice when you use a floor jack to lift a part of your car, it often comes down in a slightly different spot a few inches away?

A scissor jack has a small base as well and any lateral motion added and it will collapse ir tip, on the good side, no o-ring or hydraulics to fail or wear out, as long as it does not rust out, it should last forever, and it goes straight up but limited use and usually only used for under 2 tons.

If you don't have any use for any other type of jack than what you already have, great, don't buy a different type, it doesn't mean others don't have a use!
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thats a dumb argument. prime isnt $100 for one time shipping. are you one of those people who just likes to say no first and then argue for everything?
Because Prime is $100 per use. /s

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None in stock for me but nice price.
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Thanks for the heads up.
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ty doppler! got one in ID
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I guess warm if you have points to burn, a close sears, AND happen to need one. Torins are only $4 more than this every day on amazon.

https://www.amazon.com/Torin-T906...ottle+jack
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If you need more support

https://www.amazon.com/Torin-T904...56365011_2

Torin - 20ton bottle jack for $29.88.
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Quote from RugerRedhawk View Post :
I guess warm if you have points to burn, a close sears, AND happen to need one. Torins are only $4 more than this every day on amazon.

https://www.amazon.com/Torin-T906...ottle+jack
Don't forget the $9.55 for S&H which makes the Torin double the price of the Craftsman.
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Quote from jeff34270 View Post :
Don't forget the $9.55 for S&H which makes the Torin double the price of the Craftsman.
Free two day shipping w/prime and you know it. Slickdeals must be painful to browse if you don't have prime.
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Quote from RugerRedhawk View Post :
Free two day shipping w/prime and you know it. Slickdeals must be painful to browse if you don't have prime.
Sorry. I should have said Don't forget the $9.55 for S&H which makes the Torin double the price of the Craftsman or the $100 for Prime which makes the Torin nearly ten times the proce of the Crafstman.
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Quote from jeff34270 View Post :
Sorry. I should have said Don't forget the $9.55 for S&H which makes the Torin double the price of the Craftsman or the $100 for Prime which makes the Torin nearly ten times the proce of the Crafstman.
Because Prime is $100 per use. /s
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Quote from jeff34270 View Post :
Sorry. I should have said Don't forget the $9.55 for S&H which makes the Torin double the price of the Craftsman or the $100 for Prime which makes the Torin nearly ten times the proce of the Crafstman.
thats a dumb argument. prime isnt $100 for one time shipping. are you one of those people who just likes to say no first and then argue for everything?
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ordered 2 of them in Sacramento, CA area... available on July 16th though
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I am looking something for my pop up camper for bed support. How tall does it get? TIA
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Quote from RugerRedhawk View Post :
I guess warm if you have points to burn, a close sears, AND happen to need one. Torins are only $4 more than this every day on amazon.

https://www.amazon.com/Torin-T906...ottle+jack
$4 more on something that costs $14 is 30% more..

Unrelated but I know these comments/questions are coming. There is a difference between a scissor jack, a floor jack, farm jack (Hi-Lift), ramps, and a bottle jack. All have various uses and are good at some things and not so good at others. Just because one is better for something does not mean it is a best one for everything.


No jack at any price, quality, or type is adequate or safe enough for you to get under or stick body parts under when your car is lifted up. NO EXCEPTIONS. There is exactly one small part that is between you and death, either a threaded bolt in the case of a scissor jack or an o-ring in a floor or bottle jack (a floor jack is nothing more than a bottle jack with a frame, arm, and wheels attached)

Bottle jack Pros
Light weight and small and easy to carry around and place compared to the amount it can lift.
No arc when it lifts, it goes straight up and not pull or push
Not just for lifting a car
Cons
Rather tall clearance and a small range of lift.
Small base and less stable - Loads should be straight down, in the large equipment industry, bottle jacks are the most used, they are reliable and when used on level stable ground, they are very safe. A floor jack is more forgiving with shifting loads but with it's arc, it often creates shifting load condition through it's own action (ever notice when you use a floor jack to lift a part of your car, it often comes down in a slightly different spot a few inches away?

A scissor jack has a small base as well and any lateral motion added and it will collapse ir tip, on the good side, no o-ring or hydraulics to fail or wear out, as long as it does not rust out, it should last forever, and it goes straight up but limited use and usually only used for under 2 tons.

If you don't have any use for any other type of jack than what you already have, great, don't buy a different type, it doesn't mean others don't have a use!
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