|Item Weight||15 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||8.3 x 7.5 x 14.2 inches|
|Item model number||T43002A|
|Manufacturer Part Number||T43002A|
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Torin Big Red T43002A Double Locking Steel Jack Stands: 3 Ton Capacity, 1 Pair
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- Constructed of high-grade steel and built to exacting standards for quality and durability
- Patented double-lock technology with safety pin design adds extra safety and security when working beneath a vehicle
- Single piece self-locking multi-position forged iron ratchet bar provides precise adjustments
- Large saddle surface area provides better contact with the load being supported
- Meets ASME PALD standards
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Increase productivity by using a pair of Torin Big Red 3-Ton Ratchet Action Vehicle Support Stands to support your vehicle. Features double-locking capability, the patented safety pin design adds extra security when working beneath a vehicle. Whether you are changing oil or replacing a transmission these are a must have necessity in the garage. Locking rack and pawl gives you security and stability where you need it most. Used in pairs these are designed and dedicated to keeping you safe. Rated Capacity in Pairs 6,000lbs. Support Range 11-1/4in. to 16-3/4in. Each Jack Stand meets ASME Safety Standards. Stands are sold in pairs.
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There were some reviews about the welds that made me pause in buying these pads. I tend to spend a long time shopping for things since I want to make sure that my purchases last a long time and that I get the absolute best price I can. But after reading many more reviews giving these good praise I went ahead and purchased them. I have never welded in my life, but from what I could see these held my car just fine, with no signs that they may fail. Granted, I bought the 3 ton jack stands for my 2,500 pound Corolla. I figure bigger is better when it comes to something that is holding a car above you ( I also had my wheels under parts of the car, as well and the floor jack just barely touching the jack point just in case). My car was up on these jacks for a total of 6 hours and never budged. I would highly recommend.
These are safe and I highly recommend them. To the people saying they are not safe, you simply received a bad run, but as of today 02/18/2014 all 8 individual units I have are perfect and I have been working under them woth peace of mind for the last week. Why not re-order? Every product has a few bad apples. Actually, even if the weld on these were not perfect(they are on mine) unless you went far over the rated weight I just cant see how these could possible fail, they are solid and stable.
It's simple, if you do get one with a bad weld just replace it free using Amazon. These are as good as my older 80.00-100.00 units and I will not spend 80.00 on jack stands ever again!
I will re-rate these in several months, but I don't see anything changing. For now 5 stars
6, 3 and 2 ton preference:
Without question my favorite are the 6 ton, they are so beefy and are always my first choice. They are a bit too tall for the sides of my 2000 Monte Carlo though.
If the 6 ton are too tall as they are for my 2000 Monte(on the sides at least) and you are trying to decide between the 2 and 3 ton 100% go for the 3 ton. In my experience, at least for this jack stand line, there is nothing the 3 ton won't fit that the 2 ton will and the difference in build quality is substantial. Since the price difference is only 4.00 pass on the 2 ton, the 3 ton are far better and only 1.5" total taller. I am not sure why they even make a 2 ton, I guess for the people who want to save 4.00, but the diff in price is not worth the durability difference. I suggest to pay the 4.00. Or maybe there are cars where the 1.5" does makes a difference, but any jack I have ever used goes higher than the lowest setting on the 2 and 3 ton jack stands by several inches, even on the sides of a low vehicle. I consider my car very low and the 3 ton work fine. Obviously I prefer the 3 ton over the 2 by a far margin. Only use the 2 ton if you are forced into it they are simply not the value of the 3 ton stands.