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Alltrade All-in-One Bottle Jack and Jack Stand

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Thinking about these more, another issue I can see is that one floor jack can raise both sides at once to get a pair of jack stands under the frame or axle. Whereas a single all-in-one can only lift one side at a time.
 

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Thinking about these more, another issue I can see is that one floor jack can raise both sides at once to get a pair of jack stands under the frame or axle. Whereas a single all-in-one can only lift one side at a time.
I have a set, and this is exactly what I found.
 
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I have one, used it mainly on my Razor. The tilt described above is the issue IO encountered. I dont want to use it to life too much weight nor too high. I would not buy one again- stick to the conventional floor (or bottle) jack and stands.
 
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I have 2 now. I love the hell out of them. They are perfect for the front axle. They are a nitch product. But damn useful when rotating tires or doing any front axle work.

I will take pictures when i rotate my tires this weekend.
 

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I have 2 of those and love them. I have a couple of floor jacks, but typically I use these for the truck and the Jeep. I've used them some in the field, but it's rare they won't put you in danger when you start jacking on them or letting something down when you're stuck.

They're kind of heavy, relative to jack stands, but they've got a pretty good base and they take up a similar footprint. If you need a floor jack and jack stands, I'd typically just go with these, unless they won't fit underneath.

Be careful on price because in stores they can be like $30 and for a bit they were like $60 on Amazon if I'm remembering correctly.
 

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I have one and it works fine but I won’t take it on the road because it’s too heavy and takes up too much space; I’ll stick to my bottle jack and the lightweight HF aluminum jack stand for the trails.

I recently picked up a Daytona floor jack from HF so now I really don’t need the All-In-One anymore but it’s really not a bad product to keep in the garage for occasional use.