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Ratchet Style 2 tonne Axle Stands + 40 piece Socket Set- total £16.82 delivered @ Amazon
Ratchet Style 2 tonne Axle Stands + 40 piece Socket Set- total £16.82 delivered @ Amazon

Ratchet Style 2 tonne Axle Stands + 40 piece Socket Set- total £16.82 delivered @ Amazon

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Draper 64431 Ratchet Style Axle Stands (2) 2 Tonne are £12.73 the pair and invaluable when getting under the car but dont meet the free delivery value so I added a compact Rolson Tools 36109 40 piece Socket Set 1/4" & 3/8" @ £4.09

Now the socket set is 1/4" and 3/8" so its not going to be the mainstay for the local garage but ideal for the boot in case you need a quick roadside repair.

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I'm not gonna vote on this deal but as someone who used to see how many … I'm not gonna vote on this deal but as someone who used to see how many returns they have every day I wouldn't buy Draper tools for my worst enemy.



Well I put my trust and I suppose health in these same style axle stands for many years in a workplace and recommend them for that reason, maybe more technical draper tools can have a bad rep with some but I would be quite happy to use these.

I think Draper tools have improved enormously over the years.

Not quite 'Snap-on' but not so much 'Poundland' either.

I may be mistaken but I believe that Wickes own brand are mainly Draper.

Axle stands good, average socket set, decent for the price, hot :thumbsup:

I have these axle stands in the 6 tonne truck version. They are made in the far east and the Draper name is just one of the many added. The section that raises is made from robust cast iron and the housing is fabricated mild steel.

I have never used them for trucks - but the height they go to makes it far easier to work beneath cars, and they work well in conjuction with the high lift of a 3 tonne trolley jack.

Brilliant stands - I cannot fault them with the exception of wondering if the handle of the ratched (which inserts a teardrop shaped stopper into the teeth on the rising cast iron section) was kicked hard - there could be a chance the stand could drop to its minimum height.

Do these have locking pins ?
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