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  • #16
    Quickjack at costco. I paid too much for mine!!
    https://www.costco.com/QuickJack-5%2...100460313.html

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    • #17
      Looked at the Costco website - wow! the reviews are all over the place, Many buyers complain their QuickJack arrives damaged because the cartons aren't heavy enough to protect the contents. I know some 6-Pack users are very happy with their jacks, but the reviews make it sound like it's a crap-shoot to get a unit that actually works.
      1976 TR-6 BRG - CF57239U
      Carbs by Poolboy
      Rear Camber Kit, Rear Hubs by Goodparts
      Gear Reduction Starter by TSI
      Distributor by British Vacuum

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      • #18
        Whenever I am tempted to work under a car that is supported only by a hydraulic jack, I will remember an incident that occurred last week at a Les Schwab tire center in Seattle, WA. Two employees were working under a bus when a hydraulic jack either slipped or failed. One person was killed and the other seriously injured.
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        • #19
          Doing my trans this past summer I used the above location reference. It put my mind at ease because I had not previously had a TR6. It works and makes sense once you do it. I'm going to lift her up again for a long period again soon and may get another set of jacks just to try to balance the weight distribution a little more.

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