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I was looking for one of these. Was going to buy it last week, but it just went on sale. I think this was advertised for 999.99 at Costco last year, but I don't think it will go that low.

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Good luck hanging these on the wall. They weigh like 100lbs each
No they don't. I have these. 40lbs at most You can easily stand them up.

Also, I have one from $999 deal. Blocks were always included, looks like a newer design.

Hooks seem pretty standard, not worth the extra $200.

With that said, the product itself is incredible. I've done shocks and struts replacements, brake pads and rotors replacement, manual and differential oil changes, all of which needed the car to be jacked up. This made it super easy.

For those buying this, you'll also need to purchase hydraulic fluid separately and a valve adjustment tool is recommended.
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Can you crawl under the car with these?

Or, after you lift the car, you still need to throw some jack stands under the car for safety reasons.

What if the hydraulic part fails (similar to a floor jack) while you are under there. I wonder if this device is for "lifting" only, but not recommend to go under the car without jack stands for safety.

I might bite. I've wanted something like this, but didn't want to get one of the models that requires it to be permanently bolted into the concrete slab.

Looks like a good "Second Stimulus Check" purchase.
This is way better than jack stands. Once you raise the car to either of the 2 levels, you can disconnect the hoses since the lifting and lowering mechanism is hydraulic. It comes with a fail safe locking mechanism as well.

I've jacked up my car and left it up for couple months+ at a time.

There is plenty clearance to slide below the car using a creeper, especially on the 2nd level.
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If that lift cost more than your car, it will likely pay for itself quickly. But unless you change your oil weekly, have a fleet of vehicles, rotate your tires weekly, then how can it pay for itself quickly.
Read my earlier post. I did a bunch of work on my bimmer and saved over $4K in labor and parts. Paid for itself several times over.
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If that lift cost more than your car, it will likely pay for itself quickly. But unless you change your oil weekly, have a fleet of vehicles, rotate your tires weekly, then how can it pay for itself quickly.
Why waste your money on this to rotate tires and change oil?

This unlocks plenty of possibilities, brakes, control arms, struts, on and on the list goes with repairs that are easier to do with this compared to jacks/jack stands.
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Does this fit the model y. I know the 60" spread barely fits the model 3
It has to - the 3 & the Y share the same battery architecture & the lift points on these cars is integrated into the battery pack for some stupid reason.

What a lot of people debating this system vs. jack + jack stands aren't addressing is that more & more modern cars simply don't have central jack point from which to raise the car. Something like this has already become the only option for someone like me. I had the "Safe" Jack Rennstands, but they were absolutely horrid & extremely unsafe.

Also... probably should've asked this before I pulled the trigger... does anyone know whether the included pinch weld blocks are in ADDITION to the standard blocks? Because if not, that's pretty disappointing. I assumed they were & didn't really think about it until now.
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My wife said if I buy anything else I'm going to live in the garage. I think this is worth it. Lol
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They do, i purchased the 7000 lb one back in May and it was 1250 before tax w/ free shipping. 1200 for this deal is not that great. Those accessories they tack on are unnecessary.
I need the 7000 - I don't see where Costco carries it though.
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Will this go high ebough for a Model Y to change tires?
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I feel like you're getting awfully close to the price of a real two or four post lift with these.
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Is this kind of Jack just good as an alternative to a jack and stands, for changing tires and basic stuff? I was thinking of getting a 2-post lift but in my garage I'm wondering if I'd be able to get it very high anyway, which is the main benefit of a lift in my eyes.
This is just an alternative to a jack and stands. I'd go with a 2-post lift if I had the ceiling height in my garage so I can stand under the car instead of lying on my back. The only reason why I still haven't bought a lift like these is because I rarely ever need 4 wheels off the ground at any time and it doesn't go high enough. Jack and stands is still the best solution for me. Been swapping motors, transmissions, clutch jobs, etc all these years and the jack and stands work perfectly fine. Plus, most times I need the front end up much higher than the rear...these lifts won't do that. That's why, 2 post lift or jack and stands only for me.
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Still waiting to see if the new Ford Bronco will weigh more than 5000 lbs Cool2
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I got it from Costco when it was 999 a few months ago.... It did include 8 pinch weld blocks, a low set and high set. I had to wait for a month to get it though.
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I got it from Costco when it was 999 a few months ago.... It did include 8 pinch weld blocks, a low set and high set. I had to wait for a month to get it though.
I don't believe that included the pinch weld blocks. Just the standard blocks with no cuts in them to support pinch welds.
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What's the margin of error engineered into this? I'm not worried about my car, but I have a recent Cayenne with a curb weight of 4600lbs. I generally overbuy things when it comes to weight and safety.
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