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Sealey 1250cx trolley jack
#1
Hi, was wondering if any of you guys have experience with this particular jack? or recommend a better alternative

http://www.halfords.com/workshop-tools/g...rt-chassis

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#2
Yeah weve got this little one at work for a spare ita ok. Ive got the theee tonne at home that i prefer. Personally though id save a bit more and buy a low entry then its good for life.


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#3
http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Sealey-2001LEH...SwNKRXiNSp

A little bit more but this one will be miles better in use, you'd be surprised at how much easier to use it is with that rocket lift jazz, same goes for the low profile. Plus you're not paying halfords tax.
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thanks for the replies guys. I'm sick of trying to get under the car by using a scissor jack, need something to get the car higher off the ground and a lot quicker. The green jack on ebay looks decent, will most likely get that then. 

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#5
Defo go for a Sealey Low entry jack, it's so useful for getting under low cars or even parts of the car a normal jack wouldn't get under.
I've got a 2500LE and it's great but I'll almost certainly be going for the one Poodle recommended if I don't get the low entry high lift one.
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You can get them in other colours lol, that just happened to be the first that popped up under that part number.
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#7
I like the Clarke jacks, and I know quite a few people who also have them. Had mine about 5 years and still going strong. An SGS one I bought a few months ago though leaked from first use, so I don't recommend them.

https://www.machinemart.co.uk/p/clarke-c...0wodem0A2g
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