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Torin 3 Ton Service Jack - $48.71 w/ Free Prime Shipping

ReasonableDoubt 906 802 October 14, 2016 at 10:47 AM in Autos More Amazon Deals
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Torin 3 Ton SUV Service Jack features an extra long neck that saves time and makes it easier to lift higher vehicles. It has a 3 ton lifting capacity and a lift range of 6 inch to 21 inch. A safety bypass feature prevent overloading and includes an S.U.V adapter holder on the side plate. Jack was designed for use with cars, trucks, and S.U.V.s

NOTE - The title on the item states "SUV jack" however it can be used on lower profile cars as well. It comes with an adapter to allow for the versatility.

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2.0 out of 5 stars The end user is the quality control department
By We Too Lo - September 4, 2011
I guess one of the only pro about this jack is the cost, but that's not saying much. It becomes very apparent after using this jack that it's not designed for anything, but the very occasional user. One of the first problems I had with this jack is the front wheel; one fell off while pushing it across the garage floor. A quick inspection revealed that the nuts that hold the wheels on have nothing to stop them from spinning off. I ended up removing both wheel nuts and reinstalling them with red thread locker.

After a few more weeks of use the rear casters kept sticking making it hard to push the jack around. I took those apart and found the grease on the thrust bearings to be dried out. I cleaned all the dried out grease and used Phil Wood Waterproof Grease for extra protection. The jack held together fine for a few more months until it started leaking fluid, which rendered it fit for the scrap heap. The jack has a 1-year warranty, but the shipping to send it back is not worth it so keep that in mind. I tried contacting the Torin several times to see if I could just send back the hydraulic part of the jack, but they never responded back

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