Halfords 2 Tonne Trolley Jack Short Wheel Base, £21.99 @ Halfords
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Halfords 2 Tonne Trolley Jack Short Wheel Base, £21.99 @ Halfords

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Found 28th AprEdited by:"Tacavas"
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  • Lifting range 14 - 34cm (Approx)
  • Suitable for most cars
  • Durable welded construction
  • Automatic safety overload valve
  • Spare handles are available via local store
  • Product size: 448x204x140 mm
  • Wheelbase 32 cm
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Excellent. Just what i been looking for
Ordered and heat added ....Thanks
I've had a keyword alert for "Trolley jack" for the past 3 months and this is the first time it has been triggered. Is this truly a good jack? It does seem very cheap and I do not want to compromise on safety just to save a little money.
mg199513 m ago

I've had a keyword alert for "Trolley jack" for the past 3 months and this …I've had a keyword alert for "Trolley jack" for the past 3 months and this is the first time it has been triggered. Is this truly a good jack? It does seem very cheap and I do not want to compromise on safety just to save a little money.


It's okay for small jobs. For the money you can't get a better jack for everyday maintenence
mg199515 m ago

I've had a keyword alert for "Trolley jack" for the past 3 months and this …I've had a keyword alert for "Trolley jack" for the past 3 months and this is the first time it has been triggered. Is this truly a good jack? It does seem very cheap and I do not want to compromise on safety just to save a little money.


I’ve got one and it’s been fine....
Thanks OP
Makes it same price as my trade card, good deal.
Wheel fell off mine. Pretty crap
Terrible jack
mg19955 h, 57 m ago

I've had a keyword alert for "Trolley jack" for the past 3 months and this …I've had a keyword alert for "Trolley jack" for the past 3 months and this is the first time it has been triggered. Is this truly a good jack? It does seem very cheap and I do not want to compromise on safety just to save a little money.


It's "ok" as with all jacks just make sure you use stands also. I bought this as a bundle last year

Costco do a superb jack, which is about 5 times the size of this and under £100 if you wanted to invest
thanks, been looking to get one of these recently
I wonder if this means the price of the bundle with the axle stands has dropped also? Either way, have some heat - nice little discount!
mg19956 h, 20 m ago

I've had a keyword alert for "Trolley jack" for the past 3 months and this …I've had a keyword alert for "Trolley jack" for the past 3 months and this is the first time it has been triggered. Is this truly a good jack? It does seem very cheap and I do not want to compromise on safety just to save a little money.


Personally I would spend a bit more. You might as well use the spare wheel jack than use this.
mg19956 h, 21 m ago

I've had a keyword alert for "Trolley jack" for the past 3 months and this …I've had a keyword alert for "Trolley jack" for the past 3 months and this is the first time it has been triggered. Is this truly a good jack? It does seem very cheap and I do not want to compromise on safety just to save a little money.


Mines usually last between 2 and 3 years they are cheap for a reason but work well till they go wrong
Crap , death trap , falls apart under load.
mg19958 h, 50 m ago

I've had a keyword alert for "Trolley jack" for the past 3 months and this …I've had a keyword alert for "Trolley jack" for the past 3 months and this is the first time it has been triggered. Is this truly a good jack? It does seem very cheap and I do not want to compromise on safety just to save a little money.


Use jack stands and the the risk is eliminated
this jack is too high for my wife’s bmw 1 series and occasionally too high for my merc e class (air suspension). I ended up need to buy a low profile one for slightly more £.
I have had one of these for quite a while and have had no issues for use now and again.

Also got some of these to help protect the under seal from scratching it:
Rubber Jacking Pad
kasam16401 h, 25 m ago

Use jack stands and the the risk is eliminated


I bought this jack, some 3 tonne jack stands, and wheel chocks to be safe
Had no issue with this on a Mini Countryman (other than it doesn’t lift very high. Bit of effort to get it under the front of an MR2.

dont work under any car that’s only propped up by a jack. You need ramps or stands
Edited by: "Bossworld" 28th Apr
wouldnt jack mine high enough to get a decent height on halfords 2 tonne axle stands. Any better jacks for height or do I risk putting some timber between the jack and sill to gain some height?
wouldnt jack my focus high enough to make it usable but i did have a yorkshire terrier sleeping in the footwell il take him out tomorrow and try again
I've had one for a while .... You should always use axel stands as well!
Only thing to be mindful of that you need to buy a rubber pad suitable for your vehicle, don't use it without one. Otherwise the bit on the Jack will damage your jacking points. Learnt that the hard way.
£21.99 now
I recently bought a trolley jack from SGS as a couple of similar jacks to these had failed on me in the past. Some really good reviews online of the SGS stuff too...
had various jacks over the years, this one was gifted to me in the set they do, jack, stands, chocks... ok for lifting one corner at a time just to clear the floor, would try anything heavier!
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