Jack Stands

JOSH

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Anyone know where i can get a couple of high lift Jack Stands? I need around 35-40" of lift...
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I know what you mean. Pep Boys stands and blocks of wood only get ya so far!

Im thinking about building some today out of 2x2 square .120 or .250 wall.

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napa sells a set that get pretty high, but they are about $300.

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Hey Kris or Kevin (DMS guys),

Do you guys use those stands from McMaster (the ones Kris has pictured), if so are they pretty stable? If you throw 4 of those under a fullsize is it good to go, that high in the air?


-Scott
 

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Yes they are sweet..best stands you can get for propping up a race car....put it on the bumpers and strip it down with no obstructions

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The pipe stands are the only way to go. It is by far the best way to prep a race-truck. You can put it up high, climb on it, hammer on it and it does not even think about moving.

We got ours from a sponsor, but he bought them from McMaster Carr also.

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