Wolf 2.5 TONNE Low entry Trolley Jack £79.99 @ ebay / ukhomeshopping
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Wolf 2.5 TONNE Low entry Trolley Jack £79.99 @ ebay / ukhomeshopping

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Found 23rd MarEdited by:"Hoppie"
Not for everyone this deal but I bought 2 Sealey ones last year for £102 each delivered bit gutted these are this price exactly the same spec as my sealeys. Always had the £20 jacks but buying these type what a difference to actually be able to get under the car with a dolly (not the blow up type either) well not all the time anyway
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I was watching a Sealey3290 CX on Ebay when I received notification of a price drop for it yesterday. Went to order it only find out it was sold out however Invisible Hand found me it on Amazon as the same price as the new Ebay price so ordered it from there for £72.77, price is now £75.00. According to Sealey's website it is an older model but with a RRP of around £170+ I thought it was worth a punt.
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Sealey one I have is rated at 2 tonne this is 2.5 tonne so better for a van maybe? But you must look at the spec's this is low entry 75mm perfect for my cars!
PAY20LESS code on ebay today... 20% selected stuff inc tools... may work with this..
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stealth6667 m ago

PAY20LESS code on ebay today... 20% selected stuff inc tools... may work …PAY20LESS code on ebay today... 20% selected stuff inc tools... may work with this..


I tried but didn't work for me!
Just what I needed, thanks.
stealth6661 h, 33 m ago

PAY20LESS code on ebay today... 20% selected stuff inc tools... may work …PAY20LESS code on ebay today... 20% selected stuff inc tools... may work with this..


I've been searching high and low all afternoon for a trolley jack on eBay in a category that will accept the code but nothing of great enough discount compared to not using the code unfortunately
I used to have one of these for my ultra low MX5:

sgs-engineering.com/gar…ase

Worked a treat and good quality for only £36.....

(2 tonne though)
zouche4 m ago

I used to have one of these for my ultra low …I used to have one of these for my ultra low MX5:https://www.sgs-engineering.com/garage-equipment/trolley-jacks/tjl2c-2-ton-low-profile-trolley-jack-with-caseWorked a treat and good quality for only £36..... (2 tonne though)


Grand Total £49.55 in the real world.
GAVINLEWISHUKD2 m ago

Grand Total £49.55 in the real world.


Quite right - didn't see that it was excluding VAT/delivery...

I'm sure I got it cheaper - may be some free delivery codes around or something?
These jacks are far too heavy for what they are (36kg). The circlips that hold the front wheels on often fall off because the groove is too shallow and full of paint. The rear castors are poor and the ball bearings fall out. The welding is poor and sometimes out of square so the Jack doesn't sit flat on the floor. The handle stops the yoke rests on are plastic and break up (this allows the handle to move too far forward...Thus hitting the vehicles bodywork). The seals in the hydraulic ram are poor quality and you often find that a light load will not be sufficient to get them to seal, resulting in the load slowly lowering itself.
If you need to know more issues or how to bleed air from the system please ask. They should lift to full height (with no load) in 8 to 9 pumps but with a load they take 5 times as many pumps.
Edited by: "marty-401" 24th Mar
marty-40120 m ago

These jacks are far too heavy for what they are (36kg). The circlips that …These jacks are far too heavy for what they are (36kg). The circlips that hold the front wheels on often fall off because the groove is too shallow and full of paint. The rear castors are poor and the ball bearings fall out. The welding is poor and sometimes out of square so the Jack doesn't sit flat on the floor. The handle stops the home rests on are plastic and break up (this allows the handle to move too far forward...Thus hitting the vehicles bodywork). The seals in the hydraulic ram are poor quality and you often find that a light load will not be sufficient to get them to seal, resulting in the load slowly lowering itself.If you need to know more issues or how to bleed air from the system please ask. They should lift to full height (with no load) in 8 to 9 pumps but with a load they take 5 times as many pumps.


You seem clued up genuinely which would you recommend of this type of trolly jack I'm on the lookout for one
nathblade1 h, 20 m ago

You seem clued up genuinely which would you recommend of this type of …You seem clued up genuinely which would you recommend of this type of trolly jack I'm on the lookout for one


I would say Omega and Winntec brand Jacks are better ones available at this time, although the 2 ton Winntec is weak model in the range. Liftmaster and Tongrun (Torin) brands are generally poor.
marty-40147 m ago

I would say Omega and Winntec brand Jacks are better ones available at …I would say Omega and Winntec brand Jacks are better ones available at this time, although the 2 ton Winntec is weak model in the range. Liftmaster and Tongrun (Torin) brands are generally poor.


Cheers thankyou will have a look
marty-40123rd Mar

I would say Omega and Winntec brand Jacks are better ones available at …I would say Omega and Winntec brand Jacks are better ones available at this time, although the 2 ton Winntec is weak model in the range. Liftmaster and Tongrun (Torin) brands are generally poor.


Are either of these recommendations under £100? I'm searching and they're £170 upwards
nathblade23rd Mar

You seem clued up genuinely which would you recommend of this type of …You seem clued up genuinely which would you recommend of this type of trolly jack I'm on the lookout for one


I went for this a few years ago - fantastic quality and not too heavy
sgs-engineering.com/gar…ack
tspill1 h, 17 m ago

I went for this a few years ago - fantastic quality and not too …I went for this a few years ago - fantastic quality and not too heavyhttps://www.sgs-engineering.com/garage-equipment/trolley-jacks/tja25-aluminium-trolley-jack


Ah cheers mate I've purchased some boot struts from these guys before
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