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Craftsman 3 ton floor jack with jack stands and creeper set for $84.99, 2 1/4 ton floor jack set with jack stands for $47.47, 3-ton stands $20.16

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Was looking for a jack/stands and came across these. Seems like these prices were pretty popular before.

You might also get some surprise SYWR points to lower the price further... I got $10 in suprise points when I bought the 3-ton kit.
The $5 off $50 coupon codes are unique, one-time use codes. To get the $5 off $50 coupon, google "sears $5 off $50". There is also a $10 off $100 as well.
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these better than harbor freight ?
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I've had the 3-ton floor jack for 5 years now and it has held up very well. I've done many jobs, oil changes, atf changes, tie rods, control arms, a clutch, and much, much more with it.
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I've had the 3-ton floor jack for 5 years now and it has held up very well. I've done many jobs, oil changes, atf changes, tie rods, control arms, a clutch, and much, much more with it.
Me, too. The 3-ton set is a pretty good value, but I would def NOT recommend the 2 1/4-ton set. VERY light duty and limited lift and SOOO many welds in the stands. Owned it/sold it.
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I'm not allowed to post a direct link to the $5 off $50 coupon, but if you google "Sears $5 off $50" you should be able to find it. They are unique one-time use codes, so I cannot post the code itself.
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can't use my surprise points to combine with the 5 of 50 coupon.
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can't use my surprise points to combine with the 5 of 50 coupon.
I just tried it again. You are given the opportunity to apply your SYWR points on the "Payments & Billing" screen while you are checking out.
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I would jump on this if it were a low profile aluminum jack. I already have the 3 ton stands and a creeper. I have been eyeing the Harbor Freight jacks for some time. Debating if I need aluminum, or save some money and buy the heavier steel version.
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Me, too. The 3-ton set is a pretty good value, but I would def NOT recommend the 2 1/4-ton set. VERY light duty and limited lift and SOOO many welds in the stands. Owned it/sold it.
So there was nothing wrong with set. You just didn't like it due to your lack of structural engineering knowledge?
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So there was nothing wrong with set. You just didn't like it due to your lack of structural engineering knowledge?
It's a POS, that's all. Go buy it, not my money.
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So there was nothing wrong with set. You just didn't like it due to your lack of structural engineering knowledge?
I guess it's just human nature. Even though most people are only lifting and supporting a few thousand pounds, they feel much safer doing it with products rated at 6000lbs versus those rated for 4500lbs even though either is plenty strong for the task if used correctly.

For most personal vehicles on the road today which will not overload either set, I'd say that minimum and maximum heights of the products in these sets should be the primary consideration.
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I guess it's just human nature.
No, it's about function and value. The 2 1/4 jack lifts only 15". Shoot, even my Subaru's frame rails are 11" high. I doubt I could even change a tire. The 3 ton lift 20". I've attached some pix for comparison of the Jacks and stands.
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No, it's about function and value. The 2 1/4 jack lifts only 15". Shoot, even my Subaru's frame rails are 11" high. I doubt I could even change a tire. The 3 ton lift 20". I've attached some pix for comparison of the Jacks and stands.
Way to try to argue with my first sentence while completely ignoring the last one in which I stated that the min/max heights should be the primary consideration for lifting and supporting most consumer vehicles which not overload either set.

For you, a 15" maximum lift jack isn't sufficient. That doesn't mean it is a bad jack, just that it is too small for your particular needs.
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I would jump on this if it were a low profile aluminum jack. I already have the 3 ton stands and a creeper. I have been eyeing the Harbor Freight jacks for some time. Debating if I need aluminum, or save some money and buy the heavier steel version.
I would just go with the steel low profile version because it has a higher lift than then normal version. You don't need the aluminum unless you are working on cars everyday
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Way to try to argue with my first sentence while completely ignoring the last one in which I stated that the min/max heights should be the primary consideration for lifting and supporting most consumer vehicles which not overload either set.

For you, a 15" maximum lift jack isn't sufficient. That doesn't mean it is a bad jack, just that it is too small for your particular needs.
Apologies, you're right. It may be completely suitable for your Radio Flyer! hug
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