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2-Ton Torin Black Steel Hydraulic Bottle Jack $7 at Lowe's w/ Free Store Pickup (YMMV)

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Lowe's [lowes.com] has the 2-Ton Torin Black Steel Hydraulic Bottle Jack on clearance for as low as $6.11. YMMV. Also I see prices of $8.21, $9.17 and $10.14. Free store pickup.
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This is a fantastic deal if you need many points of support for lifting something. I'd buy 30 at this price if I could, we're raising the front of our house 5" this summer, the safest way to do it is a jack under each joist. HF has 4 ton jacks for $14 with a coupon, but that's twice the price and I'd still need a jack under each joist...
hydraulic jacks will get it lifted, but wont stay there for ever. You need jack posts
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By that logic the 20 ton one at Lowe's isn't good for much either since it's min max results in only 4" of lift. Bottle jacks for the diyer don't really lift that high generally; nothing wrong with that.
These work great for making a press for removing wheel bearings or installing metal dowel pins into steel parts. Work great for getting stuck things unstuck and for 7-9 bucks... no brainier. Sadly not even close to those prices near me or I would buy a couple.
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No luck for me in the Atlanta area but nice if you're able to get one at this price
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$8.61 at 83704. Found 1 available for free instore pickup. Bought it. Will report back if they actually find it. Perfect for my needs. Thanks, OP, and repped!

UPDATE: Just got email saying Ready for Pickup. Went to store w my PPE on and found employees all gloved up and trying to be careful as they did their jobs...store was a ghost town...
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Under $5 locally, but only 1 left. We will see if they can find it.
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$9.39 here but we are supposed to stay home this week however ... if it was half price beer I would consider it essential.
There's a Lowe's near Hughie's, and they always have beer specials.
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$4.69 in Yorktown NY. Maybe you can order for in stock pickup and get when things reopen.
That's my Lowe's! Not sure I'll ever use this but couldn't pass it up for 5 bucks!

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4.69 in Philly area. Just picked 6 up. Thanks op.
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Is a bottle jack a good replacement for the scissor jack that comes with a car?
The problem may be that you may not be able to find a good jack spot with the bottle jack for unibody cars. It is good to use the bottle jack under the control arm or struts. If one has to jack up the car to replace a flat tire, it seem the scissor jack came with the car is easier than the bottle jack. Also bottle jack needs to be on a flat surface in most case.
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Question guys: I have a bottle jack I lost some fluid from. Can I just unscrew the pressure release and put in brake fluid or ATF or is there a particular way to fill one up?
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The problem may be that you may not be able to find a good jack spot with the bottle jack for unibody cars. It is good to use the bottle jack under the control arm or struts. If one has to jack up the car to replace a flat tire, it seem the scissor jack came with the car is easier than the bottle jack. Also bottle jack needs to be on a flat surface in most case.
I loved mine when I had my Saturn Vue, I can't use mine most of the time with the Jetta and Transit Connect I now have.
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There's a Lowe's near Hughie's, and they always have beer specials.
beer at lowes?
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Got one for $10.16 thank you
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Question guys: I have a bottle jack I lost some fluid from. Can I just unscrew the pressure release and put in brake fluid or ATF or is there a particular way to fill one up?
You would have to use hydraulic fluid. ATF and brake fluid would probably not work. The viscosity and property of the fluid are different.
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Is a bottle jack a good replacement for the scissor jack that comes with a car?
Generally they're too tall to fit under the car w/o lifting it with something else in the first place. If you have an SUV/truck it might work tho.
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