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Old 12-05-2012, 11:38 PM   #1
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powerbuilt 3 ton all-in-one bottle jack jack stand

Do you think these would be better than the bottle jacks the Jeep comes with? Would this be big enough to jack up a Jeep wrangler with 31 inch tires? Here is a link to the video.
powerbuilt 3 ton all-in-one bottle jack jack stand - YouTube

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Old 12-05-2012, 11:40 PM   #3
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Old 12-05-2012, 11:42 PM   #4
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What???

Let me google that for you
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Old 12-05-2012, 11:58 PM   #5
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Why try to store that big (and apparently) leaky thing in your Jeep when the stock jack does a fine job?
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I have been trying to be nice to IWANNAOFFROAD. I am fairly certain that he is missing a chromosome or something. He makes numerous posts daily and NONE of the questions he asks are difficult to answer with anything more than just a quick search. Everyone should band together and quit answering his questions... maybe he will figure out the search function
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I have been trying to be nice to IWANNAOFFROAD. I am fairly certain that he is missing a chromosome or something. He makes numerous posts daily and NONE of the questions he asks are difficult to answer with anything more than just a quick search.
Don't sweat this dude, he's probably mad he's got a 4" body lift...no reason for this guy to (iwanaoffroad) show this type of disrespect to a jeeper.
Never Heard of this Jack before, seems to be pretty neat. Since I have the choice, ill just stick with the factory one, serves its purpose well.
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Who has a 4" Body Lift? If referring to me, what are the specs of your rig? Edit.. sorry for the thread jack
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No one who used it on there jeep in the review so thats why I posted it here
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Don't sweat this dude, he's probably mad he's got a 4" body lift...no reason for this guy to (iwanaoffroad) show this type of disrespect to a jeeper.
Never Heard of this Jack before, seems to be pretty neat. Since I have the choice, ill just stick with the factory one, serves its purpose well.
Thank you for answering my question apparently its rude of me to ask questions lol. I was looking for one because mine did not come with one and this looks better than just the bottle jack. Thanks and happy jeeping
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Before you start insulting people, please be aware of the search function. I would take Moab's advise over a lot of other people in this forum. Quick search would've let you know that the bottle jack with the jeep can get you high enough to change out a 37" tire.
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Do you think these would be better than the bottle jacks the Jeep comes with? Would this be big enough to jack up a Jeep wrangler with 31 inch tires? Here is a link to the video.
powerbuilt 3 ton all-in-one bottle jack jack stand - YouTube



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Before you start insulting people, please be aware of the search function. I would take Moab's advise over a lot of other people in this forum. Quick search would've let you know that the bottle jack with the jeep can get you high enough to change out a 37" tire.
I understand the search bar and I used it and it didn't answer my question therefore I posted this thread. No one did the review and used it on there Jeep. Am I not allowed to post a thread?
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No one who used it on there jeep in the review so thats why I posted it here
You're not sitting on 42" tires. There is no difference between you and any other SUV. Jeep, Kia, smart car it doesn't matter! The product lifts all vehicles the same way, Jeeps aren't special.

You really think Jeep would give you a bottle jack that wasn't good enough for 31" tires? Why the hell would you want to carry that huge thing anyways? I don't think you search hard enough.

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You're not sitting on 42" tires. There is no difference between you and any other SUV. Jeep, Kia, smart car it doesn't matter! The product lifts all vehicles the same way, Jeeps aren't special.

You really think Jeep would give you a bottle jack that wasn't good enough for 31" tires? Why the hell would you want to carry that huge thing anyways? I don't think you search hard enough.
I STATED that my Jeep did not come with it.
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I STATED that my Jeep did not come with it.
So why would you want to lug that huge thing around? Plenty of places sell bottle jacks. Go to a junkyard and find one from a Jeep or better yet a Land Rover.

You didn't state that in your first post which was the only one I bothered reading.
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Lol....


U all get along with this one guy about as much as I do with family during Christmas!

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It was a simple question

It looks cool but Ive never used it and probably never will. If I had a choice between that or a hi-lift I'd go hi-lift, its much easier to store.
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Cool design for home use, but with limited real estate I would look for oem jack to store under the seat.
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I'd simply spend the $5-10 for a replacement OE bottle jack that stores nicely under the passenger seat.

It works well on my 35" tires as shown below, and will even work for 37" tires in a pinch.
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Are you doing tire changes in your living room again Jerry??!! (re the carpet in the pic, lol )
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Hah yeah but you ought to see that carpeting now... between spilled gear lube, ATF, and welding splatter, it's not too pretty any more.

My garage had been turned into a rec/pool room before we bought the house, that carpeting was heavily glued down so it stayed. I'd love to rip the carpeting out but that glue they used is stubborn stuff.

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