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  • Need a Lift to Switch Out Your Wheels and Tires?

  • Jack is the tool to have when it's time to do your seasonal tire change or tire rotations. The Aluminum Jack weighs in at 50 lbs. meeting most lift applications from 3.5 inches to 19 inches tall. An Aluminum Jack Stand Set is also available, as well as a complete Aluminum Service Jack and Jack Stand…

  • Play It Safe

  • …the vehicle's emergency jack. You want a stable platform supporting your car without risking a trip to the hospital emergency room, or worse. That's where the safety and convenience of the Tire Rack Aluminum Service Jack and Jack Stand Set come in handy. The 2-ton capacity jack features a Quick Lift…

  • Jack stands are your friends

  • …off of a jack, you know how important they can be. Anytime you lift a vehicle, supporting it with jack stands is recommended. Anytime you plan to have any part of your body underneath a vehicle, they are a must. Tire Rack has an Aluminum Jack Stand Set to match its Aluminum Service Jack. I use these…

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  • Aluminum Racing JACK!

  • Tired of the extremely heavy jack and jack stands around the shop? That broken toe from dropping that jack barely healed? Have a look at this lightweight aluminum racing jack. This would be the perfect addition to your garage! Do you currently pay for a shop to change out your Winter Wheel Package?…

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  • Hey, need a lift?

  • …a good investment is a good jack and stands. A short while ago, Tire Rack started carrying an aluminum Service Jack and Jack Stand Set for all you do-it-yourselfers. A short while after, I purchased one such set and it has worked out superbly. The beauty of the jack is the Quick Lift System that…

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  • Change Your Tire & Wheel Package Yourself

  • …use a floor jack than to use the spare tire jack that came with your vehicle. The Aluminum Service Jack from Tire Rack goes from 3.5" ground height to a maximum height of 19.5" in 12 strokes or less, even under load. For additional safety, I would recommend always using jack stands. Tire…

  • Brake Job Part 1: The Set Up

  • …that once you jack up the vehicle. Step 2: Jacking Up The Vehicle With the wheel chocks in place behind the rear tires, it's time to jack up the vehicle. Refer to your vehicle's owner's manual or your shop manual for the proper jacking points under the vehicle frame. Carefully set the jack under the…

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