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Old 01-22-2011, 08:46 PM
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floor jack help

ok i have a snap on ya642 floor jack is there any were that sells a rebuild kit and how hard is it to do and if there is a right up on it send me to it thanks for the help. o mine jacks up then leaks down and it onnly jacks up at the bottom of the jack

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did you check the oil level in it?
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I thought snap on stuff was the greatest thing since god? Seriously should be able to get rebuild kits from snap on, and yes check the oil level with the lift in the down position Should just be covering the cly.
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at one point i think snap-on jacks were made by lincoln
this is the best i can do

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This my sound stupied but I never put oil in it what kind sould I put in it and were do I put the oil in at
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This my sound stupied but I never put oil in it what kind sould I put in it and were do I put the oil in at
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This my sound stupied but I never put oil in it what kind sould I put in it and were do I put the oil in at
Ayuh,... Jack oil, aka, hyd. oil is available at most any auto parts house....

ATF also works, as it's about the same weight...
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How do I. Put the oil in
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Ayuh,... I'd suggest using an oil pump bottle, in through the oil fill screw....

I'd haveta run out to the shop to tell ya Exactly which screw, where...
I can't seem to find a decent picture on google...
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yea i havenít filled my jack ether I should do that..
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