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    Floor Jack

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    Well, my - 1 1/2 ton Walker finally
    gave up the ghost - circa 1984

    Big wet-spot, on the floor and
    no-mo lift.

    Bought a seal kit on flea-bay
    but cain't find anyone to install.

    Contacted a local hydraulic shop
    and they quoted - $160, just for labor.

    When I mentioned the seal kit, I was
    informed that - "...well, you get what you
    pay for." (Sales pitch to add 'parts charges
    on top of the $160.)


    Found this one. Anyone use one of these:


    Powerbuilt (620422E) 4000lb Triple Lift Floor Jack Cars, Trucks, Motorcycles | eBay

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    Nice jack, but 17 inch lift is not nearly high enough for my rigs...would be perfect for the TWs & wife's RAV4 though. Thanks.
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    I'd rebuild the Walker.
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    I just bought one of these about a year and a half ago and Im happy with it so far. My favorite thing about it is how fast it lifts

    Pro-Lift 3-1/2 Ton Garage Jack-G-737 - The Home Depot
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    The 22" max lift height of Lomax's Pro-lift would sure help with fitting snow chains for the tractor. Nice.
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    Have you checked out in youtube videos on rebuilding them? Thats what I do when I want to learn how to do something like that.
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