10 Ton Jack Stands

CBs / FRS / GMRS / MARS, radios, stereos, computers, tools, etc. The stuff you use to support wheeling or use of your PW.
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10 Ton Jack Stands

Post by bstefanic » Thu Dec 01, 2016 12:32 am

These come up for sale on amazon now and then. 10 tons 48" max height...makes things much easier
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Re: 10 Ton Jack Stands

Post by TwinStick » Thu Dec 01, 2016 10:14 am

Well, those are certainly HD ! :lol: I have a set of these: http://www.harborfreight.com/12-ton-jac ... 34924.html that I caught on sale for half price.
Traded to 2019 ZR2, Red.

4Runner was a GREAT vehicle but could not even tow our 6x10 enclosed utility trailer comfortably, even when it was empty-ish.

It was time. Truck was still leaking BADLY every time it rained or snowed & melted. It was leaking at every single gasket (rear window, front window, all 4 doors). You could sit inside & watch it run down the inside of windshield, rear window & drip off the upper side door beams. It was molding on the inside & starting to stink. Needed new steering gearbox, shocks, new upgraded T-style steering, tires, brake lines, d/s manifold bolts that are barely recognizable due to rust-removed & replaced. Everyone around here would not even touch em once they looked at them.

So, say what you will. PW turned into a money pit. Was no longer a joy to drive. Hoping that this downsized 4x4 with lockers will fill the bill & have minimal problems, but..... As long as manufacturers keep making engineers design things that fail soon after warranty is up, we are going nowhere fast. Regardless of what you buy. :rockon:

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