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I just want to no if anybody has a good recommendation on a good pair of jackstands and a good floor jack. I plan on keeping the rims and brakes good and clean,so I would like to do this by taking the tires off of course. Plus it would give my wife an idea for a X-MAS present. :lol:

I do no that gojacks make an excellent mobile jack,but I want something that would be good for working on my SOL.
 

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On a side note has anyone looked into a jack that will work out on the road and fit in the trunk. Sometime tires are damaged to much for "fix-a-flat".
 

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Sydney said:
On a side note has anyone looked into a jack that will work out on the road and fit in the trunk. Sometime tires are damaged to much for "fix-a-flat".
Are you going to keep your spare in the passenger foot-well?
 

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Are you going to keep your spare in the passenger foot-well?
:agree: Best bet is to call that road service that GM provides. No need for any more "dead weight" due to the limited weight issue.
 

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Fortimir said:
Are you going to keep your spare in the passenger foot-well?
:lol: No but it would be nice to be able to remove the wheel and take it somewhere to be replaced and not have to pay the extra road service fee. I find calling friends or family always gets quicker results than "road service".

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:agree: No need for any more "dead weight" due to the limited weight issue.
I don't think the added weight of a hand jack will make a critical difference. :)
 
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