|Item Weight||19 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||9 x 7.5 x 12 inches|
|Item model number||HW93503|
|Manufacturer Part Number||HW93503|
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Hein-Werner HW93503 Blue/Yellow Jack Stand - 3 Ton Capacity
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- Pair of jack stands with a saddle column that provides ratchet action height adjustment
- Multi-position ratchet bar provides strength and durability
- Formed base adds stability and reduces sinking into pavement
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First, the packing sucks. Two stands come packed together in one box with bits of cardboard that are supposed to prevent the two stands and the two separated stand arms from rubbing together. I'm not sure if they scraped through the cardboard or if it just shifted, but all of my stands have scrapes on them and in one place the metal is rusting where the paint was scraped. The manual says if you see rust to scrape it off and repaint it. I shouldn't have to do that when they're new due to bad packing. Also, the scrapes reveal just how imperceptibly thin the paint actually is.
The description says "Formed base adds stability and helps reduce sinkage into pavement". When I think "formed base" I think formed as one solid piece. Instead, the base has tiny triangles of metal welded to the _inside_ of each foot. Then they carefully take a picture of the stand so you can't see what they did till you get it. That would still be acceptable except they made no effort to level either the feet or the triangles. On many of the feet, the triangle sits too deep in the foot so it wouldn't even touch the pavement until the foot edge had dug into the pavement. In other cases, an edge of a crooked triangle will form a divot in the pavement before the rest of the foot or triangle touches ground. They could have splurged for a tiny bit more metal to make the triangles large enough to rest the edge of each foot on the triangle, then set the whole thing on a flat surface while the triangles were welded. I've seen other stands with that design.Read more ›
Yeah, these were about 4 times as expensive, but what is your life worth to you?
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I love these stands! I have had them for a year so far so good! Im still alive and I have been under a lot of cars with these stands as supports!Published 4 months ago by David
These are cheap junk. The top cast part says USA on it. The cotter pin that goes in the bottom hole to retain top piece from sliding out would not fit in the hole on one of them.. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Robert Plaisance
These are relatively good quality stands in the sea of cheap and questionable competitors. They appear properly welded, safe and sound. Read morePublished 4 months ago by JC the engineer
I purchased these jack stands after doing moderate research on various others and finding these having better customer reviews and suggestions. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Hessian19
These are the best jack stands that you will find. They are Made in the USA. You get what you pay for. Do you want to trust your life to cheap, Chinese metal? I don't.Published 11 months ago by Tim A.
Great quality stands for small jobs. Be sure when you receive these that the cotter pins are sent also. Would recommend anyone to purchase these for use.Published 19 months ago by Jason Campbell
This is my second set of jack stands. My other is also made in the USA. Of the two, this is by far the better set. Read morePublished 22 months ago by JG