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    Ride on Lift Fail

    Ordered a Ride on Lift from Risk Racing. Their web site vids sold me. Looked so easy! Return labels are printed and the lift is back in the box. Doesn't seem to work with TW. Foot pegs interfere with operation. Any suggestions?



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    I paid less than that for this jack at SAM's club....

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    That is a nice compact lift Devils Advocate.
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    1500 lb capacity. Bought it like 12 or 13 years ago. Got sick and weak of using milk crates. Doubles as a transmission/transfer case jack for our Jeeps. I think it cost like $80-$90.

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    Thanks. Nice rear tire.

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    Exactly what tire is that on your rear, Devils Advocate?

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    Duro Power Grip.

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    Bought mine from Sears on sale. It will even lift the Ultra clean off the ground so I'm pretty happy with it.
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    Just a week or two ago I bought the "Powerbuilt 4,000 Lb Triple Lift Floor Jack" from my local Pep Boys. I was ready to order online and have it shipped from Amazon or someplace, but someone said in a comments section that Pep Boys sold it, so I tracked it down and ordered one as a "Pick-Up in Store". That way, if something was wrong, I could return it just by hauling it back to the store, rather than dealing with shipping. (It's very heavy.) I also got the 25% discount, so total cost was $97.49 + CA tax.)

    http://www.pepboys.com/product/details/198976/00634

    Here's a photo of it in action:

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    (The longer handle extension is not attached so I don't hit my car.)

    Here's a shot from underneath to show the contact area under the engine:

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    All in all, very happy with it. No issues.

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