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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?
[FONT=Verdana][I][B][SIZE=2]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" blocks & PMF "floating" traction bars
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