dealsprofessional 4 ton jack for $24.99

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This isn't a jack, it's a pair of jack stands. They hold the car up but aren't for actually raising the car. Amazon normally has a pair rated at 3 tons for the same price shipped and those are double locking (although I'm not sure that's necessary). The more secure, the better with something like this though.

http://www.amazon.com/Torin-T43002A-Double-Locking-Jack/dp/B00026Z3E0/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1401584817&sr=8-1&keywords=car+jack+stand

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Apparently, you ain't no auto mechanic... good luck lifting a 4T cart with those jack STANDS that are not a good deal.

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If you've got a problem with the name, talk to Sears. I didn't name them.

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@mtm2: The sears site says jack stands...

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@flaringafro: Woot grabbed it and that is the title that came across. I didn't change anything in it.

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A friend had one of these fail, dropping his jeep. Lucky he wasn't under it. He found a lot of similar stories on the web. Check reviews and consider not using it in a situation where failure would be catastrophic.

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If you have cause to lift a car and then remove a wheel or perhaps climb under the vehicle? This is a MUST. The Jack alone is unsafe. Stands provided not only additional contact points to spread the load but stability too. This is a good but not great deal... Load rating is only part of the story... The height is also important. Lower load ratings are typically shorter too. So if you have a pickup or SUV make sure the height is not maxed out to get your job done... I picked up some 6ton recently for $28 a pair. Wider and taller than these. I recommend having 3 sets for serious do it yourself types. If you're just anticipating a tire change get two pair.

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According to the label on the jack stands, the rated capacity (4 tons / 8,000 pounds) is per pair, not a piece as stated in the description.