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Craftsman Professional 12-Ton Hydraulic Jack EXPIRED

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Sears.com has Craftsman Professional 12-Ton Hydraulic Jack (50284) on sale for $21.99. Store pickup is available where stock permits otherwise shipping is free on orders $49+. Thanks Corwin

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Professional 12 ton hydraulic jack includes: Jack, 2 piece handle and owner's manual.

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I don't want to be rude, but if this guy isn't familiar with how to jack up a car, the last advise to give him should be "make some ramps out of wood for your car"
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Yeah I guess my father was a bit busy teaching me how to be a decent human being. But your dad focused on oil changes so that's okay too.
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How many of this do i need to change oil in my Toyota Camry?
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How many of this do i need to change oil in my Toyota Camry?
if you think this is the type of jack to use for car maintenance, then i suggest you go to the dealer or have a service center do the work. this is the WRONG type of jack for that application.
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if you think this is the type of jack to use for car maintenance, then i suggest you go to the dealer or have a service center do the work. this is the WRONG type of jack for that application.
This jack is too tall to fit under most cars and is more for trucks. You're on the right track. I'm sure you can change your own oil. Get a floor jack and watch a few YouTube videos.
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I've used these bottle jacks when leveling my porch. I'd expect a very limited application for vehicles.
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This jack is perfect for trucks and other lifted vehicles. I own two and haven't had any issues.
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This jack is too tall to fit under most cars and is more for trucks. You're on the right track. I'm sure you can change your own oil. Get a floor jack and watch a few YouTube videos.
And get some jack stands too
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How many of this do i need to change oil in my Toyota Camry?
Others have said this isn't the right tool for that. I'd suggest you get a set of ramps (or make them from wood) if you are just interested in changing your oil. That's the easiest way to do it
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These jacks also work well as trailer supports if you have the clearance. Whether driving a vehicle on to a trailer or just leveling out a camper, these can be handy to have one or two on hand..
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Others have said this isn't the right tool for that. I'd suggest you get a set of ramps (or make them from wood) if you are just interested in changing your oil. That's the easiest way to do it
I don't want to be rude, but if this guy isn't familiar with how to jack up a car, the last advise to give him should be "make some ramps out of wood for your car"
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I've used these bottle jacks when leveling my porch. I'd expect a very limited application for vehicles.
Has anyone else also used this or similar jacks for leveling?
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But rhino ramps, best investment ever and save lot of time in oil change
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But rhino ramps, best investment ever and save lot of time in oil change
I have to take my wheel off to get to the oil filter
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How many of this do i need to change oil in my Toyota Camry?
Sears often has a floor jack/jack stand/creeper combo on sale for about $100. I bought it a few years ago to work on my boat trailer and it is truly a great deal at that price. Also it's held up. As others have said, DO NOT crawl up under a car that is on a jack alone. That's playing Russian Roulette. Eventually, you'll get crushed. Jack the car up then put the jack stands under the frame and lower the car onto the stands.
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