How to reseal a leaking 2 ton Snap On jack part 1
My YA-652 2 ton jack has been leaking FOREVER and I haven't been able to
use it as a result. Here is how I fixed it. Make sure to check out part 2!
The repair would be the same for Lincoln, Hein-Werner, BlackHawk and
others, they all seem to have the same repair kits...
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HOW TO: Repair Your Floor Jack
In this video I show you how to fix a few common problems with your
hydraulic floor jack. They are easy to repair and it can save you $150 -
$200. Plus it keeps a perfectly good tool from being thrown away!
Remember to always exercise caution when working on equipment like this.
Wear safety glasses! Hydraulic fluid is harmful to your eyes.
When refilling your jack with fluid, do not use motor oil or brake fluid.
Use the proper hydraulic jack fluid. Your local auto parts store, or
tractor supply store should have it.
Feel free to post comments or questions below!
Great Idea for lifting a car
Here is an outstanding idea for lifting and working safely under any
automobile. This Lift Stands is made to be used with any type of floor
jack, and they do not get in the way like jack stands do. They are great to
use for doing any type of work under the car or simply changing the motor
oil. Bigger guys that need the extra room will love them. Lift Stands also
can be used at car shows for displaying your car. I also like using them
when doing body work for a more comfortable position when working on a side
19 ft. B-17 "Flying Fortress" (Aluminum Overcast)
Erstflug / Maiden 2013-04-20 MFC St.Margarethen (Austria)
Pictures of how to built:
Pilot: Peter Pfeffer "Peda"
Maßstab - Scale: 1:5.6
Spw - Wingspan: 5,70m (19 feet)
Länge - Lenght: 4.15m (14 feet)
Höhe - Hight: 1,06m (41.7")
Plan - Sketch: cdscaledesigns (paperwork ca. 60m ca. 15kg)
Motore - Engine: Armin DeVries 4x Vt 42 4T
RC control: Weatronic
Heckfahrwerk - Rear Gear: Wabo
Hauptfahrwerk - Main Gear: Eigenbau - selfmade
Gewicht - Weight: 85 Kg (187 pounds)
Project start: End of 2010
SECOND FLIGHT: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9iDHEI2RV00
WITH BIGGER ENGINES: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0oY8IFzi5Gg
Arcan automotive Jack review from Costco
Amazon has this jack
Arcan automotive Jack review from Costco
Safe Jack Bottle Jack Recovery Kit
Find out more at: http://www.safejacks.com
Feel safer during lifting and jacking operations. Be prepared for any
lifting task the trail might throw at you. Feel safer knowing that the jack
isn't going to slip off an axle or topple off a stack of cribbing. The
Bottle Jack Recovery Kit combines all of the most useful tools to turn a 6
ton bottle jack into a compact, powerful and safe lifting tool. Add the
optional Safe Jack Stabilizer Base Plate or Big Foot Base Plate system to
decrease ground loading and increase stability.
hydraulic jack repair
hydraulic jack repair.Found one at the dump. Found another in someones
garbage in their front yard. Sometimes my wife is afraid to go anywhere
with me because I'm such a "recycler". "jack repair" hydraulic jack repair"
Tutorial: How to fix an ailing hydraulic jack
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Is your hydraulic jack failing to hold your car up? Does the jack slowly
lower even when it's in the locked position? Maybe all you need to do is
refill the oil and you'll be good to go! Learn how with this video.
Milwaukee: The only service jack to withstand the test of time!
There are very few quality service jacks left. Omega, Hein Werner, Lincoln,
Black Hawk have all been purchased or currently owned by Shinnfu. Sadly
the quality of the well known American made jacks have gone downhill.
There is really only one high quality 100% USA made floor jack manufacturer
left. That is Milwaukee Hydraulics. Their Model 40 will outlast any of
these jacks listed. Nothing can compare. Adding this one Jack to your shop
will all of a sudden make all your cheap throw-away jacks last longer.
Think about it. I know tire shops that have had the Model 40 in service
for more than 20 years and they never have had to be rebuilt. A few have
had some casters replaced but that is it. $240 is roughly the current
discounted cost of the 2 ton Omega, and is fine for someone who will use it
sparingly, but, it is a very poor investment for a tire shop. Milwaukees
Model 40 is a no brainner at $985 when it will outlast more than 10 Omegas
in a busy tire shop.
Also check out this link: The high cost of cheap