Does anyone know where the cheapest place to get a 60" hi-lift jack? Also is anyone on here using one of those generic kinds?
valkyrie said:Shawn, your best bet is probably Tractor Supply. Figure about a buck an inch. You can run all over the place trying to save abuck, but I'm not sure you have a lot of options up in the Indian Nation.
DAMN!!! Thats real cheap. Are you sure its the HI-LIFT brand?KStacoma said:Here at a nearby Tracor Supply in Joplin they have 60" cast Hi-Lift brand ones for 39.99. So maybe u could check their website for a local dealer since that seems cheap to me.
Outback said:Sometimes they have a pallet of them at Meridian Tool here in OKC. I can call and check for you. The price when I got mine there was $35. 4wpw would have matched it if I wanted -- of course after I already bought it and told a friend who works there...
You gonna be in OKC any time soon???
Edit: You know, I just re-read your post... Meridian Tool usually only has the 48" jacks.
I was in the Harbor Freight store on Sat and that place has some really good stuff and some really cheap stuff that I wouldn't give a 2nd look.WallyP226 said:I would watch out for Chinese made "no name" type high lift jacks, you really don't know what kind of steel they used to make it "look" like a real High Lift. Having experienced this in other areas with Cummins and Harbor Frieght, what may look like a good deal may not be when you really need it. Not trying to tell anybody how to spend their money, just trying to share multiple experiences I have had with Chinese made equipment.