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Hydraulic Trolley Jack - £9.99 (in store) @ Aldi !

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9y, 10m agoFound 9 years, 10 months ago
Hydraulic Trolley Jack - £9.99 (in store) @ Aldi !

Cheap price for a Hydraulic Trolley Jack. 3 years warranty included...

Pump your car up off the ground in no time with this mighty strong, wheeled jack to access those awkward, under-vehicle jobs.

Max load: 2 tonnes | 4-wheels | Plastic handle | Lifting range: approx. 135-346mm (with load), 135-356mm (without load) | Length of lifting bar: approx. 690mm | Weight: approx. 10.5kg | Size: approx. 485 × 211 × 140mm | Material: carbon steel LGA Tested | Instruction manual | TUV/GS approved
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#1
Not wishing to denigrate this without actually seeing it, but I wouldn't risk my life with a £10 trolley jack; fine perhaps for changing tyres but I wouldn't like to get under the car.




Just a though...
#2
You shouldn't get under any car that is supported only by a jack of any type - always use axle stands to be safe.

However this jack appears to have gained the German TUV approval so must be quite good
#3
What do you call a man with a car on his head?
#4
Just what i needed mate. Cheers :thumbsup:
#5
Car Head Man

termite
What do you call a man with a car on his head?
#6
termite
What do you call a man with a car on his head?
#7
termite
What do you call a man with a car on his head?

Jack:whistling: I win:p
#8
jelli89
Jack:whistling: I win:p






I'd call him an ambulance :prop:
#9
termite
What do you call a man with a car on his head?


Whatever you like, he can't hear you :giggle:
#10
Premier
You shouldn't get under any car that is supported only by a jack of any type - always use axle stands to be safe.

However this jack appears to have gained the German TUV approval so must be quite good


Spot on - good advice about the use of axle stands
#11
Diodorus-siculus
Not wishing to denigrate this without actually seeing it, but I wouldn't risk my life with a £10 trolley jack; fine perhaps for changing tyres but I wouldn't like to get under the car.




Just a though...
As mentioned above... Never get under a car using only a jack, trolley or otherwise. Buy a decent pair of axle stands and place them safely underneath.

There was a very good deal from Woolworths that included all the above. Don't know if it's still available though.

No it isn't but this was it:

http://www.woolworths.co.uk//product_images/12/74/58/12745842.jpg


Was: £39.99
Save: £20.00
Now: £19.99
Description

Don't get caught out in the middle of nowhere without the proper tools to fix a puncture - stick this powerful and compact RAC jack kit in the back of your car and you'll be ready for anything. With a 2 tonne hydraulic capability, this kit has a 116mm - 316mm lifting range and includes steel wheel chocks for a steady repair.

Features

2 tonne trolley jack (conforms to EN1494:2000 standards)
2 tonne axle stands
Steel wheel chocks
#12
aldi are selling the stands and chocks at the same time as the jack,
http://uk.aldi.com/images/data_product/1002394360459a1f7ad7416.jpg

[LIST]
[*]Includes: 2 axle stands, 2 wheel chocks
[*]Axle stands max. capacity: 2 tons
[*]Minimum height: 270mm
[*]Maximum height: 360mm
[*]Stands fold away neatly for easy storage
[*]Chocks made from Q235 steel
[*]To be used in conjunction with the hydraulic trolley jack[/LIST]http://uk.aldi.com/pic/space.gifhttp://uk.aldi.com/pic/ecke_a3_grey.gif

£5.99
#13
Got one of these (trolley jack)last year from aldi at same price.Works a treat.Good buy.:thumbsup:
#14
Diodorus-siculus
fine perhaps for changing tyres




Is about all I imagine most on here would use it for BUT.....if anybody does buy this and hasn't used a trolley jack on there car before, make sure you talk to somebody who can show you how to properly use the jack on your car. Its not as straightforward as using those supplied with the car. Wouldn't want anybody to do themselves or the car needless damage.

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