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Sears.com has Craftsman 6-Ton Hydraulic Hand Jack on sale for $12.99. Select free store pickup where stock permits. Thanks powerfuldoppler

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This hydraulic jack provides 12,000 pounds of lifting power with a maximum extended height of 16.8"

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Sears has the Craftsman 6 Ton Hydraulic Hand Jack for $12.99 w/store pick up.

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this is too tall for most sedans. only buy if you have an SUV/truck.
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This is a bottle jack. Think of it as the main cylinder of a floor jack. It's the most compact hydraulic lift you can get. But they're somewhat fiddly, they're not as inherently stable as a floor jack or even a scissor / screw jack, and they're fairly tall per lifting power, except for some fancier (and pricier) models that split the reservoir. And except for those models, they're super cheap per ton capacity.

I have a couple and one can barely slide under a minivan, the other won't fit under anything less than a pickup truck. On the other hand, a six-ton lift bottle fits into the same trunk space as a jug of water.
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I would use the scissor jack that came with your vehicle for changing a tire.... Doubt I would carry a bottle jack in my car full time or be my "go-to" choice for changing a tire at home... Don't get me wrong, you can use a bottle jack on your car, but you better know your jacking points and hope it doesn't tilt over. When a car is lifted with a floor jack, it moves to compensate the height your lifting the car. Bottle jacks will just tip over
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Will this work with cars? What is the difference between these & the other more expensive jacks on 4 wheels?
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this is too tall for most sedans. only buy if you have an SUV/truck.
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Will this work with cars? What is the difference between these & the other more expensive jacks on 4 wheels?
This is a bottle jack. Think of it as the main cylinder of a floor jack. It's the most compact hydraulic lift you can get. But they're somewhat fiddly, they're not as inherently stable as a floor jack or even a scissor / screw jack, and they're fairly tall per lifting power, except for some fancier (and pricier) models that split the reservoir. And except for those models, they're super cheap per ton capacity.

I have a couple and one can barely slide under a minivan, the other won't fit under anything less than a pickup truck. On the other hand, a six-ton lift bottle fits into the same trunk space as a jug of water.
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this is for suv and pickup. Too high for the cars
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nice, ive been kind of wanting to get one of these. +3 dollars in points, +8 dollars in suprise points. less than 2 bucks after tax.
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This is meant to be used with jack stands.
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Excellent deal. Perfect Christmas gift for a buddy with an Envoy that's lacking a jack. Thanks OP.
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Sears is still in business?
I think they will be gone after Christmas...
I️ lost all sears and Kmart near me about a year ago. I miss being able to get tools and stuff shipped to the store for free.
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I hope this fits the Outback. It's got a 8 1/2" ground clearance. It would be handy for any flat tires, right? With an extra $9 in surprise points, it's worth a try for $3.99!

Edit: Now that I think about it more, the car would probably be less than 8" with a flat, LOL
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Nice got it for Free with Freecash
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Bought 2 thanks! These are great for fixing structural areas of your home. In my case, a saggy garage roof. These will help me take out the sag while I brace the roof, then let the down the jacks. Would not recommend these for automotive use.
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Bought 2 thanks! These are great for fixing structural areas of your home. In my case, a saggy garage roof. These will help me take out the sag while I brace the roof, then let the down the jacks. Would not recommend these for automotive use.
Do you mean to change a tire or long term use??
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