Hydraulic jack for drift days

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  1. Matty S

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    It will do the job, but speaking from experience spend the little bit extra and get a low-profile alloy race jack.

    Much easier to move around - you can maneuver them with one hand while lying on your back under a car, a crucial element lol
     
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    Costco do a arcan Ali jack for 89 quid
     
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    The Costco one is good for the money. They used to sell a steel Arcan jack that i have but it's way too big and heavy to carry around. It has lasted well though and is a good quality so Arcan is good. A mate has the ali one and it's also good
     
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    Seriously the costco one is what you want to buy.
     
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    Definitely the Costco one. Great value for money.

    Although my mates bought their ones a few months before me and they seem to be lower entry than mine even though they look identical.
     
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    cheers lads, arcan from costco it is!!!
     

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