Top 10 Best Floor Jacks - Jun 2019

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Rank Product Name Score
1 First Place SUNCOO Floor Jack Stands Ultra Low Profile Heavy Duty Steel with Rapid Pump SUNCOO Floor Jack Stands Ultra Low Profile Heavy Duty Steel with Rapid Pump
By SUNCOO
9.8
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2 Craftsman 3 Ton Floor Jack, Jack Stands and Creeper Set by Craftsman Craftsman 3 Ton Floor Jack, Jack Stands and Creeper Set by Craftsman
9.4
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3 3 Ton Professional Grade Aluminum And Steel Service Jack 3 Ton Professional Grade Aluminum And Steel Service Jack
9.3
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4 Arcan XL20 Black Low Profile Steel Service Jack - 2 Ton Capacity Arcan XL20 Black Low Profile Steel Service Jack - 2 Ton Capacity
By Sunex Tools
8.9
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5 Torin Big Red T83002 Pro Series Heavy Duty Floor Jack, 3 Ton Torin Big Red T83002 Pro Series Heavy Duty Floor Jack, 3 Ton
By Torin jacks
8.6
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6 Best Value Powerbuilt 620422E Heavy Duty 4000 lb Triple Lift Jack Powerbuilt 620422E Heavy Duty 4000 lb Triple Lift Jack
By Alltrade
8.2
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7 Pro-Lift G-737 Grey Speedy Lift Garage Jack - 3-1/2 Ton Capacity Pro-Lift G-737 Grey Speedy Lift Garage Jack - 3-1/2 Ton Capacity
By Pro-LifT
8.1
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8 1.5 Ton Compact Aluminum Racing Jack with Rapid Pump 1.5 Ton Compact Aluminum Racing Jack with Rapid Pump
By PITTSBURGH At The Neighborhood Corner Store
7.6
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9 Blackhawk B6350 Black/Red Fast Lift Service Jack - 3.5 Ton Capacity Blackhawk B6350 Black/Red Fast Lift Service Jack - 3.5 Ton Capacity
By Blackhawk
7.4
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10 Torin T83006 Big Red Steel SUV Service Jack, 3 Ton Capacity Torin T83006 Big Red Steel SUV Service Jack, 3 Ton Capacity
By Torin
7.2
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How to Jack Up Your Car (The Right Way)

one, two, three, four!Rev up your engines!It's time for the Scotty Kilmer Channelif you want to jack up your vehicle todo some work stay tuned, because today I'm going to show you how to properlyjack up your vehicle, now in the olden days it was easy, because vehicles had solidframes, and you just put the jack right on the frame, but guess what, most moderncars don't have solid separate frames, they use what's called unibody construction,you look at the bottom of the car, you see all these welds all over the place,they're holding the car together, but the metal is a lot thinner, so if you tryjacking up the car using this part right here hey, it'll just Bend, knowing thisToyota, they have special notches will you put the jack, right here, just infront of the rear tire, you'll see these two notches, this is where you put thejack, to jack the car up, and there's also not just behind the front tire, you jackit up here, and there's the notches right here that you put the jack on, now ofcourse ,you'll need a jack to Jack the car up, so here's a tip, don't just go on buysome cheap little Jack, because big jacks aren't all that expensive, I bought myJack's at Harbor Freight tool when there on sale and they only cost 60 bucksa piece, and if you notice, I've got two, this one's a little bit higher, and thisone's a low-profile Jack that's nice and slim,I advise buying the low-profile Jack, because cars are so low you needsomething to get under there, but of course if you have a truck or an SUV, youcan just get a normal Jack, they jack up a lot higher, and of course you need agood set of jack stands, me I like these old solid steel ones, some guys usealuminum ones because they're lighter, but I feel safer with the steel ones, thenbefore you Jack the car up, pull on the emergency brake so it doesn't roll, thenline to jack up with the notches and start cranking, and up she goes,then get your jacks stands, put under solid piece like the bottom of thiscrossmember that's solid steel, then when you let the jack down, it sits onthe stand, so now it's nice and stable, and you can take the wheels off and dothe work you need to do, and of course use common sense when jacking up, jack upon solid concrete, you don't want to jack up on a hill that's muddy, or slippery, itmight fall down, so now you know and the next time you need to Jack your car upand do some work, you'll feel safe knowing you're doing it right, andremember if you have any questions just visit Scotty Kilmer.

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