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Join Date: Apr 2010
Location: San antonio TX
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I have 2 craftsman floor jacks, I have had both of them for about 6/7 years and I haven't had to do anything to them and they still work great. I don't remember if they are 3 or 4 ton but they are darn heavy. Approx 90/100 lbs. I would think the aluminum ones would be nice but I couldn't justify the price difference. As far as safety goes I hope he uses jackstands, get him a good (and overbuilt) set of those. I use a 12 ton set.
All that being said you do get what you pay for.
I just figured out what HEM meant, What type of heavy equipment does he work on? a 3 or 4 ton may not be enough. IMHO This is one of those cases where overbuilt is the only way to go.
And like Doss asked, whats you budget?
2008 (Job 1) F250 King ranch 4x4, snow plow prep package with 2.5 level. Black Maxx, B&W Diehard platinums. Dieselsite coolant and transmission filters, NCU Motorsports/amsoil oil bypass kit. Turbo blankets, 5.5 PMF traction
Please collect and message me Shell, Rotella oil cap codes aka "my miles matter" I'm trying to save up for a hat or something.
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