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    Default Re: heavy Duty jack for Raised Vehicles?

    cannot wait for the new version ,i rather have this tipe of jack in the bakkie that can handle the weight .

    thanks for bringing it up again .

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    Default Re: heavy Duty jack for Raised Vehicles?

    Just for interest:

    https://youtu.be/7_fqF09QQjc

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    Default Re: heavy Duty jack for Raised Vehicles?

    Get yourself a block of wood and a bottle jack. Put it directly under the diff.
    Then you only need to jack about 50mm
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    Default Re: heavy Duty jack for Raised Vehicles?

    Quote Originally Posted by Elders View Post
    normal bottle jack directly under the suspension right at the wheel. You need a seriously big wheel before this no longer works.
    yep and a block of wood under the bottle jack

    https://www.adendorff.co.za/product/...n-bottle-jack/

    EDIT: didn't see Henri's response
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    Default Re: heavy Duty jack for Raised Vehicles?

    i have the heavy duty hyd. jack and block in the bakkie ,just for incase ,but was always a sucker for good gadgets that works

    tried the 2 tons once, nee wat, dit het nie gewerk nie ,toe vat ek die 10t een, baie happy met dit.

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