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#1428139 Wed Oct 27 2021 06:59 AM
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Does anyone have any thoughts/experiences on/with the Quickjack? Click here [quickjack.com] for information.


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Huge waste of money. One jack and four jack stands, same thing....and they tuck away when done and are useful in many other ways. It's for racers not home shops. The one I saw raises 24". Us home types usually have time to setup with stands. Don't need "quick".

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What bartamos said.
I can only work on one wheel at a time anyway. Just jack up one corner and stick a jack stand under it.


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Newest Project - 51 Chevy 3100 work truck. Photos [flickr.com]
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Busting rust since the mid-60's
If you're smart enough to take it apart, you darn well better be smart enough to put it back together.

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