Re: Which jack do you use?
Sorry, but I disagree with all the above. I found that the Chevy 3/4 ton sissor jack is by far, the best for lifting from the axle, and the safest. For one thing, it is compact when closed to get under an axle when you have a flat. Then it has a ratchet up/down that is easy to use. When I first saw one used, I went to the Chevy dealer and ordered one. By now, they should be easy to get at a junk yard. Believe me when I say that the Chevy sissir jack is so far superior to anything else, including Hi-lift, bottle or even a floor jack, you better see one in action, then you'll be a believer too.
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