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Sean-B
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Registered: 1st May 07
Location: Wolverhampton Drives: 200SX S14a
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29th Sep 09 at 08:24   View User's Profile U2U Member Reply With Quote

quote:
Originally posted by pow
I have a Lidl jack that in 2 years has never let me down


Look I didn't want to make a comparision really.

For me it's so much easier to use and work with. So fr me it's 90 (not 200) well spent.

Thanks all
pow
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29th Sep 09 at 09:00   View Garage View User's Profile U2U Member Reply With Quote

Yeah i understand, I've never had a lowered car so don thave the problem that you have.

My comment was aimed at people saying how shite they are actually.

Your jack looks like a proper bit of kit
Sean-B
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29th Sep 09 at 09:14   View User's Profile U2U Member Reply With Quote

Cheers . Going to use it in anger for the first time tonight!
AlunJ
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29th Sep 09 at 09:41   View User's Profile U2U Member Reply With Quote

Got a cheapy jack at home, but those are brilliant pieces of kit, feel much more comfortable using one of them than my cheap one lol. Just need a garage to put one in tbh!
SVM 286
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29th Sep 09 at 11:08   View User's Profile U2U Member Reply With Quote

quote:
Originally posted by oceansoul
does that say they only lift 1.25 tonnes??? I'd be worried with my omega on that :O


If you're in the market for a decent jack with good lift and weight handling properties Mister soul, you can't go wrong with a Weber-Hydraulik. Mine will be 18 next month and it's never skipped a beat. They are quite dear but they are bomb proof and you'll only need to buy it once in your lifetime. Unless you need extra ones of course.

I've used countless makes and types of jack over the years and in my considered opinion there is no better.

Mine has lifted countless big motors over the years including a LWB Bedford CF horsebox and various Rolls Royces.
spikedjack
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Registered: 16th Oct 08
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29th Sep 09 at 11:16   View User's Profile U2U Member Reply With Quote

looks nice sean, i need a new jack tbh and have been looking at these, i have two circa 30 quid jobbies atm but they sink like feck.

let us know how it is
ShEp
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Registered: 9th Aug 05
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29th Sep 09 at 11:18   View User's Profile U2U Member Reply With Quote

I have a Lidl jack.

Done gearboxes an shit with it, would highly recommend Lidl jack

Like the look of that low profile draper bad boy though

We have Webber ones at work that are wuite like them. 3Ton though
K2NY-G
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Registered: 6th Feb 08
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29th Sep 09 at 11:43   View User's Profile U2U Member Reply With Quote

forge motorsport also sell one like this

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