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3 TON SUPER HEAVY DUTY FLOOR JACK - 34271 view this item at harborfreight.com »

Ratings: (5 is best)

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Review by JoBo on April 1st, 2011
I've had mine for over 5 years. Compared to an older Craftsman this one is J U N K !!
From the beginning it took excessive pightening to hold the load while setting jack stands. Then since it's so tight it requires channel lock pliers to loosen it.
Not one of their better items.
Review by DickSavage on December 17th, 2010
I had valid 20% Discount coupon, well before its expiration date. Coupon said use for any single item, no exemptions. They would not honor it. Hey, Harbor Freight Suits... I can't think of a better way to piss off the Customer.
Review by warezdog on April 23rd, 2010
Only reason I didnt give this a 5 is because of the weight, its flipping HEAVY!
It was on sale for $59 bucks but they gave me 20% off so I can't complain one bit!
Review by jimlj on April 12th, 2010
If you have ever used a high quality floor jack, this one will seem like a slug. It is not as fast and a bit rough around the edges. Having said that it is great for home use. Take an oil can to the wheels and moving parts, and a grease gun to the fitting and it makes it roll a lot smoother. As with any jack, use jack stands while working under a vehicle
Review by dmoore on January 17th, 2010
I've had half a dozen of these and they generally work fine for the price you pay. Over time they loose holding power. A bit heavy. Good for what you pay for it.
Review by yiranhu on November 26th, 2009
It is a great buy. I don't think this is different from the craftsman ones or costco ones. I keep mine in a garage and it has worked very well.
Review by TucsonK5 on November 23rd, 2009
Have had this jack for ~6 years now and it still works well. After 5 years, the handle spring broke (so the handle won't stay in the vertical position anymore) and recently it has started to lose a little pressure over time (like overnight) and the jack saddle will lower a bit. It may just be low on fluid or need to be bled, but I have never done anything to maintain it.

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