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My old jack is leaking fluid and i don't know why i want to buy a new one.
For a truck get a 3 ton jack. any brand you can afford will do. none of them last forever
Posted on Apr 02, 2019
THE SAFEST CHOICE IS THE 3 TON.. YOU COULD GO WITH THE 2 OR 2.5 TON, BUT WITH THE SIZE OF YOUR TRUCK YOU NEED THE 3 TON..REMEBER TO ALWAYS USE THE JACK STANDS..GOOD LUCK KEITH...
Posted on Mar 14, 2009
Well you jack need some oil just add it and it will stay up. There is a lil part that unscrew on top and thats where you add it at but it has to be oil for the jacks. get it from the auto zone or a car part store please rate me and i hope this help you have a great day
Posted on Jun 01, 2009
SOURCE: just replaced radiator in 2003
flush & fill is best -just fill is ok,you can fill it through the over-flow tank,(may take a while ) or remove the radiator cap & fill there
Posted on Apr 09, 2011
dont think seals will be available ,where it lock down to stay up is a ball bearing in a seat and this is worn .
Posted on May 10, 2012
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