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IvIarkgraham
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21st Jan 13 at 20:43   View Garage View User's Profile U2U Member Reply With Quote

wtf? clearly bought loads from costco and whacked 40 on top of the price
corsadonk
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The seals are shagged on my Machine Mart alloy jack. Sealey have some great deals on at the moment.

http://www.sealey.co.uk/PLPageBuilder.asp?gotonode=ViewProduct&method=mViewProduct&productid=4588&PromotionID=86937&PromotionTitleID=479

They have a few more.
Aidan-Fleming
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quote:
Originally posted by Rich H
If you can get access to a Costco card, the Alcan 3 Tonne XL one is spot on. About 90 too iirc.



This is the one I have, best jack I've ever used. Brilliant!!!
Ben J
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quote:
Originally posted by Rich H
If you can get access to a Costco card, the Alcan 3 Tonne XL one is spot on. About 90 too iirc.


I was going to say the same. And with Costco if it breaks after 2 years you can still take it back!
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I run a garage and we have 4 of the costco ones an they get used everyday, never let me down and still going there around 2 years old
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Been reading a bit of pistonheads and other reviews and the clarke ones are sounding bad now.

Found this
http://www.sgs-engineering.com/hydraulic-jacks/trolley-jacks/tja125-aluminium-trolley-jack

its cheaper and has a 10yr guarantee, they all look the same tbh just different branding
Rich H
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Just get a bloody Costco one! They all rave about them on PH too.
3CorsaMeal
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Already ordered it now. With axle stands. Already got four but fancy some new ones.
Anty
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Air bag ones?
3CorsaMeal
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Nah. Rachet ones. I'm not a fireman.
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you buy them though..
3CorsaMeal
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I liked the tiny little 5 ton bottle jacks I saw. Nearly got one but have no use for it
Anty
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i remember those.. mates of mates, used to go round smashing the payphones open with them ..
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quote:
Originally posted by 3CorsaMeal
My halfords pro trolley jack has finally stopped working, (left me with car stuck in the air last week) had to get it down with the winding emergency jack

Am looking at this one:
http://www.machinemart.co.uk/shop/product/details/ctj1250a-11-4-tonne-aluminium-trolley-jack

Seems to have some decent reviews, anyone on here got one or recommend something?


Can't go wrong with Weber Hydraulic. Had mine for over twenty years and it still works beautifully. Never been repaired or serviced either. Will comfortably jack up a Bedford CF horsebox van, a LWB twin wheel transit, a Shadow II or similar.

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