Craftsman 6 ton Hydraulic Jack $13.99 at sears.com

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Craftsman 6 ton Hydraulic Jack
$13.99
http://www.sears.com/craftsman-6-ton-hydraulic-jack/p-00950282000P

6-ton Hydraulic Jack Is A Smart, Powerful PackageThe Craftsman 6-ton hydraulic jack is a must for mechanics beyond the limits of standard-issue car jacks. Whether your garage is the place the neighborhood goes to for quick repairs or working on a car is your idea of fun and relaxation, this jack is a great piece of gear to have on hand. The 6-ton hydraulic jack can vary eight inches in height, letting you adjust to fit a variety of jobs, from changing a tire to leveling a floor. The bottle jack is a powerful performer in a compact package, small enough and light enough at only 12 pounds to take on the road. Featuring precision machined mechanics, a rugged steel build and 24,000 lbs. of bottle jack lifting power, it delivers. Add it to your home, garage or shop and get the lift you need to get the job done.

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Please add Bottle to title.  Thanks.

Craftsman 6 ton Hydraulic Bottle Jack $13.99 at Sears.com

NoMoneyInMyWallet said:   Please add Bottle to title.  Thanks.

Craftsman 6 ton Hydraulic Bottle Jack $13.99 at Sears. com

  I'm guessing it's another casualty of "Posted with ToGo."

This bottle jack has been on sale quite often at Sears.

This should be great for my mother in law.

What is the difference between regular and bottle jack?

confused200 said:   What is the difference between regular and bottle jack?
What do you mean by "regular?" Do you mean a floor jack? If you're looking for something to use to lift a vehicle, a floor jack is the better and proper tool because

- it is easier to move around and move into position underneath a car since it has wheels
- it requires less clearance between jacking point of vehicle and floor. This bottle jack requires minimum clearance of 8.625 inches. That's probably fine if you have a truck or SUV, but it could be a problem if you have a regular car or sports car.
- it has a longer handle for faster lifting
- it has a wider base for better stability and it moves along with the vehicle. When you lift a vehicle, the vehicle moves up in an arcing motion. A bottle jack is stationary which means it can tip over if you're not careful

sale is off in my area according to sales associates

usernamemax20charact said:   
confused200 said:   What is the difference between regular and bottle jack?
What do you mean by "regular?" Do you mean a floor jack? If you're looking for something to use to lift a vehicle, a floor jack is the better and proper tool because

- it is easier to move around and move into position underneath a car since it has wheels
- it requires less clearance between jacking point of vehicle and floor. This bottle jack requires minimum clearance of 8.625 inches. That's probably fine if you have a truck or SUV, but it could be a problem if you have a regular car or sports car.
- it has a longer handle for faster lifting
- it has a wider base for better stability and it moves along with the vehicle. When you lift a vehicle, the vehicle moves up in an arcing motion. A bottle jack is stationary which means it can tip over if you're not careful

  So what's the bottle jacks advantage?



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