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Hydraulic Trolley Jack Lidl - 15 notes £14.99

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5y, 10m agoFound 5 years, 10 months ago
Hadn't seen this on the Lidl email but plenty in their shops this morning - bought one and very sturdy - seems smashing value for a 2 tonne trolley jack:

* Lifting range approx. (cm): 13.5 - 34.2
* 180º swivelling handle
* 3 year manufacturer's warranty
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#1
I picked up one off these, a torque wrench and their screenwash (It has a pouring spout) Delighted with it all!
#2
Been after a trolley jack +heat :D
banned#3
What kind of notes?love?to do?milk?
#4
Great price for a good quality car jack
#5
heat just for adding "notes"... sheer brilliance!!!!
#6
Good price for this. I got one about 7 years ago and its only just given up the ghost. In that time it has had quite a fair bit of useage too (car hobby).
Not much good for lowered cars though (unless you drive up onto a plank of wood or similar)
#7
Good price..but it too heavy oO
#8
seen this today, good value.
#9
Got one last time, excellent quality with a I think 3 year warranty!!
2 Likes #10
Hmm the smallest note is £5 so that makes it £75 :p
1 Like #11
MrDre
Good price for this. I got one about 7 years ago and its only just given up the ghost. In that time it has had quite a fair bit of useage too (car hobby).
Not much good for lowered cars though (unless you drive up onto a plank of wood or similar)


Did it make lots of pinging and creaking noises, I bought one before but wasn't impressed, better than a widow maker but not by much.

Ended up spending a bit more and getting something better
#12
dibuzz
Hmm the smallest note is £5 so that makes it £75 :p


Is the cabbage not still in circulation
#13
MrDre
Not much good for lowered cars though (unless you drive up onto a plank of wood or similar)

yeah, I'd jump on this if it was a low profile jack :(

Good price though, heat added.
#14
Hmmm. Would I get under a car held up by a jack that costs 15 quid from Lidl?
6 Likes #15
asdfasdf
Hmmm. Would I get under a car held up by a jack that costs 15 quid from Lidl?

You'd be stupid to get under a car held up by any jack, regardless of how much it cost or where it was bought.
#16
asdfasdf
Hmmm. Would I get under a car held up by a jack that costs 15 quid from Lidl?

Would anyone!!?? Buy the axle stands from Lidl when they are available too. I have trolley jack and axle stands and they are fine.

Just remember to store upright or you will finish up with oil everywhere. Think mine got slotted in somewhere on it's side at some point and oil seeped out from filler.
#17
The deals we've had for trolly jacks in the past i.e Wickes (£7.34) and Aldi (£9.99) make it look a bit pricey :)
#18
gogboy
MrDre
Good price for this. I got one about 7 years ago and its only just given up the ghost. In that time it has had quite a fair bit of useage too (car hobby).
Not much good for lowered cars though (unless you drive up onto a plank of wood or similar)


Did it make lots of pinging and creaking noises, I bought one before but wasn't impressed, better than a widow maker but not by much.

Ended up spending a bit more and getting something better


Me to when using the jack the amount of noises it was making i thought it was going to go twang and end up in aload of pieces it didn`t but it did break after about a year
#19
Got a trolley jack and axle stands, come in very handy when needed. Plus if I ever go under a car I use blocks of wood as well incase the jack and stands fail, I watch too much Casualty on TV
#20
I was delighted to get this my old halfords one, seems to have sprung a leak (no hydrolic pressure). To replace it from halfords is double what this cost. I only want it to change brakes and wheels thats my limit.
#21
Top bombing this deal remember to use axle stands too for your safety, and to save the doctors extra work at the hospital..lol
1 Like #22
they did not have this offer in my store
#23
sac1977
gogboy
MrDre
Good price for this. I got one about 7 years ago and its only just given up the ghost. In that time it has had quite a fair bit of useage too (car hobby).Not much good for lowered cars though (unless you drive up onto a plank of wood or similar)
Did it make lots of pinging and creaking noises, I bought one before but wasn't impressed, better than a widow maker but not by much.Ended up spending a bit more and getting something better
Me to when using the jack the amount of noises it was making i thought it was going to go twang and end up in aload of pieces it didn`t but it did break after about a year
No it never made any creaking noises at all. Perhaps mine may have been made with different components.
Shame that you had problems with yours though, would never go anywhere near one that started making noises like that.
Once jacked up did you put the car on axle stands or leave the weight on the jack?
I only junked mine after the seals gave up on the bottle.
Got a nice 3T low entry jobby now :D
#24
dibuzz
Hmm the smallest note is £5 so that makes it £75 :p


Hot deal.

£1 notes still alive and well up in Sunny Scotland ;)
#25
Shambolic
dibuzz
Hmm the smallest note is £5 so that makes it £75 :p


Hot deal.

£1 notes still alive and well up in Sunny Scotland ;)


Are they? I never knew that, this site is a wealth of information.
Actually wealth is probably the wrong word, I'm broke since I joined X)
#26
Yes, The Royal Bank Of Scotland still produce £1 notes. :D

£1 notes
#27
Damn I only know 7!.

doh ray me fah soh la tee
#28
I gone one of these a couple of years ago when they were £2.50. mine is still going strong, still hot at £15
#29
Anyone know if this will lift a BMW X5 (E53 - 2005) for a wheel change?
Approx 2100 Kg (which I think is just over 2 tonne)?

Cheers!
Brewer

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