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Old 12-08-2008, 04:53 PM
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I bit the bullet and bought a NAPA floor jack a low profile,Very nice,But they like it too.$200.00

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If you have a nearby service station supply or a hydraulic repair shop, check with them for a QUALITY jack. I have a 3 ton unit purchased from a supply outlet in1977. It has 30" lift, steel wheels, takes 2 men to lift it and has had the cylinder resealed ONCE. Also has a foot operated option, wouldnt part with this baby,'less it was for an air operated jack.
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Right on Matt. And most times their sale ads have coupons for another 15 percent off. Makes for big savings, especially when money is tight.

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Then you spend enough online and become a preferred customer, they give you free gift coupons... the last 1's I got was for 1 ratchet bar clamp.. but when I redeemed it at the store, they were on sale for $1.. normal price was $3.24 and the coupon rang up a $3.24 cash value.. so the coupon ended up covering the cost of 3 clamps... I walked out of there that day with 5 items and it cost me like $3 for everything
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Then you spend enough online and become a preferred customer, they give you free gift coupons... the last 1's I got was for 1 ratchet bar clamp.. but when I redeemed it at the store, they were on sale for $1.. normal price was $3.24 and the coupon rang up a $3.24 cash value.. so the coupon ended up covering the cost of 3 clamps... I walked out of there that day with 5 items and it cost me like $3 for everything

Bonus! Of course, my local store is only 20 minutes away, so I just head over to the store instead of going the online route.


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