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Discussion in 'The Garage' started by NEK5, May 19, 2006.
why cant my truck be this high
sweet real bro
i dunno if ya wanna go bigger, unless we want some serious drivline issues that cost money....=( lol its all good!
at least the jack works
great that the jack works, and you were just testing, but the next time you do that hopefully you will jack the truck up correctly block off tires, and use jackstands. Dont belive me ask my friend that had his leg broken when His jeep fell and he couldn't get out of the way intime
well hopefully this was just a pic of it then he put his jackstands on...
Is that a 2-ton jack or a 3-ton? I could never do that with a 2-ton jack on my 1-ton Crew Cab.
then theres something wrong with your jack...ive picked up the back of my dads work truck full of tools no problems...a cutaway van with a work body on it...much heavier than a crewcab.
I tried to pick up just one corner of the front of my Crew Cab one time with a 2-ton jack, and it got the tire a couple of inches off the ground, but then the high pressure valve popped off, and it slowly dropped back to the ground; so then I had to go out and buy a 3-ton jack, and that is all I will use on my 1-ton trucks anymore, in order to have some peace of mind that my truck is being safely lifted off the ground.
it is a 2 ton i believe...and yes i did put jack stands(which came with the kit) under it....my sis took the picture ....i am just off to right of the pic but you cant see me
and i did have a block under front right wheel.....my mailman gave me the one he had in his truck because it kept rolling around
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