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At 64 years old I decided to invest some mula into a new floor jack. My Montgomery Wards 1.5 ton just doesn't make the rise any longer. So I went to Northern and bought a Yellow Jacket 3.5 ton unit.
They were on sale 50% off plus I had a $20 coupon, Brought it home and compared the 2. My Wards, 30+ year old jack takes 11 full pumps to get it in the full upright. The new kid, Yellow Jacket takes 4!!!
I was wondering why I get so tired before I even get to start working on a car! 11 full pumps and it strains to get there. Plus the new one sits lower and raises about 3 inches higher to boot. Can't wait to get it under the SSR to see how it lifts weight! Thanks for listening.
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Hey All,
At 64 years old I decided to invest some mula into a new floor jack. My Montgomery Wards 1.5 ton just doesn't make the rise any longer. So I went to Northern and bought a Yellow Jacket 3.5 ton unit.
They were on sale 50% off plus I had a $20 coupon, Brought it home and compared the 2. My Wards, 30+ year old jack takes 11 full pumps to get it in the full upright. The new kid, Yellow Jacket takes 4!!!
I was wondering why I get so tired before I even get to start working on a car! 11 full pumps and it strains to get there. Plus the new one sits lower and raises about 3 inches higher to boot. Can't wait to get it under the SSR to see how it lifts weight! Thanks for listening.
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Don't jump to get under the truck (new jack or not) without some jack stands put in place.

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Good advice from ya'll. I NEVER NEVER get under a vehicle without being super safe. I had a jack collapse on me one time with my legs under the rear axle from where I was working on rear brakes. I rolled out backwards and somehow escaped injury but my reflexes were just a little better 45 years ago, AND I could actually roll over backwards. Don't know what would happen if I tried that move now! Bet it would make money on youtube comedy channel. Besides I'm working under hood trying to figure out why my fan is inop. I believe its the relay. Dave
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Besides I'm working under hood trying to figure out why my fan is inop. I believe its the relay. Dave
Check the fuse - it's frequently the first victim if someone tries to do a jump start from the terminal on the fuse box.


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Congrats on your new jack Dave! The newer NASCAR inspired models are sweet!

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And can you believe we used to use those crazy bumper jacks way back when.
I used one many a time to lift my '55 back in the day. Lift her up with the bumper jack and block it up with wooden blocks - that's all I had and it worked fine! Of course that was when a bumper was actually a piece that protected your car if you "bumped" something and the jack was made of heavy American steel! As for getting out of the way if something happened - yeah I was a "little" quicker, stronger, smaller etc. back then!
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Let me confess, I unintentionally lied. My new jack is 3 ton not 3.5! SOORY.
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Mine is a 1.5 ton NASCAR type jack and works fine. I am only lifting one corner at a time so it is adequate. I get it high enough to get the jack stand under it and then go to a different spot and do the same. After all a ton and a half is 3000 pounds and the whole vehicle is only 6000 some pounds.

I'LL tell a sad story on myself. When I was 16 years old my first car was a 51 ford. Needed to work on the rear end so got the bumper jack out and had the trunk open while I jacked her all the way up to the top and she slipped off. As it came down the open trunk lid hit me in the back of the head and I flopped into the open trunk. Thought I was dead but I think I was just knocked out. Being I lived I never tried that trick again. Lesson learned, thank you Jesus!


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Mine is a 1.5 ton NASCAR type jack and works fine. I am only lifting one corner at a time so it is adequate. I get it high enough to get the jack stand under it and then go to a different spot and do the same. After all a ton and a half is 3000 pounds and the whole vehicle is only 6000 some pounds.

I'LL tell a sad story on myself. When I was 16 years old my first car was a 51 ford. Needed to work on the rear end so got the bumper jack out and had the trunk open while I jacked her all the way up to the top and she slipped off. As it came down the open trunk lid hit me in the back of the head and I flopped into the open trunk. Thought I was dead but I think I was just knocked out. Being I lived I never tried that trick again. Lesson learned, thank you Jesus!
I'm in the market for a floor jack and stands myself. That 3.5 ton Blur'd Vision has looks very nice, but it's more than I need (or want to spend). Would you recommend yours? If so, do you remember what brand it is?

When we were 16 we were bullet-proof. Not so much these days.
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That sounds pretty reasonable. Looks like the only thing they have online right now is this sweet lift. But a grand is just slightly more than I wanted to spend.

I'll have to check our store.

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I'm in the market for a floor jack and stands myself. That 3.5 ton Blur'd Vision has looks very nice, but it's more than I need (or want to spend). Would you recommend yours? If so, do you remember what brand it is?

When we were 16 we were bullet-proof. Not so much these days.
This is mine and I had a 20% off coupon in there flyer so it was not vey expensive.

1.5 Ton Aluminum Racing Floor Jack with RapidPump®
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It was like 59.00 with the discount. Usually they have the discount coupons as you walk in the front door in case you don't have one. Good luck.



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1.5 Ton Aluminum Racing Floor Jack with RapidPump®
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$7999?! Ha, you caught it.




Seems pretty sweet, and $90 shipped isn't too bad.

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$7999?! Ha, you caught it.

This one?

Seems pretty sweet, and $90 shipped isn't too bad.
A corected their error. $79.99 minus discount it was about $59.00
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Just found the video. This is the one I got. Have been using it for 2 years. What I really like is it is very low in front but raises very high. 14 inches at high.

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Just found the video. This is the one I got. Have been using it for 2 years. What I really like is it is very low in front but raises very high. 14 inches at high.
Sweet! I found it on Harbor Freight. Also found the $20 coupon code:89746704. Good through June 30th. Ended up being $59.99 plus $6.99 shipping. So still better than Amazon.

Should be here shortly. Now I have to go shopping for jack stands!
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Sweet! I found it on Harbor Freight. Also found the $20 coupon code:89746704. Good through June 30th. Ended up being $59.99 plus $6.99 shipping. So still better than Amazon.

Should be here shortly. Now I have to go shopping for jack stands!
Got those from Harbor freight also.
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Just found the video. This is the one I got. Have been using it for 2 years. What I really like is it is very low in front but raises very high. 14 inches at high.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bzlWAHGDb-M
I will have to visit Harbor Freight. It is even the right color.
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The rear end is no problem lifting. That said, be very careful lifting the Front end. If done from the side on the frame rail, no problem. If lifting from dead center on the cross frame, there is the caution. If your jack has a rubber pad in the saddle, fine. It is the bare metal saddles that may slip out from under the frame and lodge itself between the radiator and the frame, causing major headache. That will happen when the jack is going up and the load is shifting towards the rear end and the jack does Not travel to the rear to stay centered on the frame. That framework is also made from Aluminum, not Steel. It Will Flex some when lifting if the jack doesn't travel during the lift. Try to fabricate something "grippy" to use when lifting from the front of the engine. Thick rubber pad or thin pad around a 2X4 will do in a pinch......
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Should always use the jack on the frame rails on the side. Never in the front. Last year someone here did that and the jack slipped off and tore up a bunch of stuff up front including the oil pan I believe.
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A few years back I was doing a complete brake job ion my wife's '03 Vette.
I got both ends up and blocked and removed he tires, wheels calipers and rotors.

Once I had it all back together my thirty-some year old Sears floor jack just wouldn't lift the car off of the jack stands!

I got one of the aluminum, rapid lift pumps also and for carrying in my SSR I bought a mini-hydraulic jack kit that comes in a very sturdy, heavy-duty case.


I always use wheel chocks, jack stands and I place one of my wheels flat on the ground under the vehicle frame....just in case.
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On the front I ONLY use the A arm for lifting. Also this takes less jack height to get the tire off the ground. Another suggestion-----DO NOT take the HANDLE out/off the jack AFTER you jack the SSR up to get it out of the way/tripping hazard !!!! The jack handle mounting ARM will move to the UP position and you MAY not be able to put the handle back in to lower the jack----unless you have another jack to raise the SSR and slide the original jack out from under it. Of course this depends on the overall length of the Jack and how far under the vehicle the jack goes. I learned this a LONG time ago !!!!

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