- (August 18, 2004) ACTUALLY I PAID 34 BUCKS AT THE AUTOZONE. BUT THEY WERE RED. I ALSO USE THESE A LOT. I WORK ON 4X4'S/CARS FROM EXHAUSTS TO SUSPENSIONS... USUALLY AT HOME BECAUSE FRIENDS COME OVER SINCE I HAVE EVERY TOOL IMAGINABLE. I TRUST THESE COMPLETELY. I THINK THEY'RE WORTH IT. TRY TO GET THE COMBO DEAL IF YOU GET THE CREEPER, JACK AND STANDS FOR UNDER 100 BUCKS IF YOU DON'T YOU CAN SPEND ALMOST 200 EASILY
- (February 11, 2005) This jack failed after about 6 uses over the period of 1 year. It is obviously very poorly made and has serious design flaws. Although it looks solid at initial inspection, it is complete junk. I'm just lucky I wasn't under the car when it failed.
- (December 02, 2005) i ahve owned tha jack for about lesas then a yaer and i noticed it started to leak down. i use safety stands all the time. i went back to sears for help and i was told that i could not exchange it. at one point the jack gave out and fell on the safty stand. i would look into a better jack like otc, norco. it will cost you a little more but well worth it. sears and craftsman did not recall a defective product. if you look you can see forums on the internet with similiar complaints. sears and craftsman have become poor product makers and do not care about the safty of their customers.
- (07/08/2013) Have had these jack stands for over a year, you must raise them to a point that they lock, when needing to lower you must raise again to unlock to lower. These stands are excellent to use on a car or truck
- (06/18/2013) Good product and holds up well. Only con is the arm length could be longer. It barely gets both sides of the frame. But overall a great jack for the price.
- (06/14/2013) is all that was stated,very happy i chose this jack. Easy to move,very quick to raise car,all in all just a perfect purchase.