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Cheapest place for Hi-jack

Discussion in 'The Garage' started by steedalx, Oct 20, 2004.

  1. steedalx

    steedalx 1/2 ton status

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    Looking for best price on a 60" Hi-Jack. Some guy has them on ebay for $50 bucks. Anybody know of a cheaper place?
     
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    If someone on ebay has them for $50, buy it, NOW! I couldn't touch that price, too expensive to ship a 60" hi-lift.

    How much is the shipping?
     
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    I can get the for $60 all day long at Oreilly Auto Parts.
     
  4. 55Willy

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    $20 flat shipping cost

    I think they were $75 in Eugene for carry out from the local 4xshop.
     
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    i had to pay 99 bucks canadian for mine ebay seams cheap.

    but never cheap on recovery/safty stuff they will pay for themselves
     
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    Look in the for sale section. Your local 4x4 shops might have one in stock. I have even seen them at NAPA before. I would expect to pay around $75 for a 60" /forums/images/graemlins/deal.gif
     
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    $60 from 4wp for the 60" /forums/images/graemlins/thumb.gif
     
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    Check out your local farm supply store. They often carry them for $50-75.
     
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    Farm store here in town sells HI lift brand for 59.99 all the time. Just cheap enough you can get pissed at them and chuck 'em in the river from time to time! /forums/images/graemlins/histerical.gif
     
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    buy it local if it's under $75 if you gotta get one shipped go with summit racing the more expensive one is $60 plus $10 handling no shipping charges
     
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    At the offroad expo down here a few weeks ago they had the 60" all cast jack going for $55. I almost bought 1 (even though I already have one) but didn't want to carry it around with me.
     

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