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    Can you get a picture of it once you have "RE-PACKED" it please
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    Mine repacks up exactly the same way it come out. The only time I've had to use mine, a hi lift was also used to support the car just in case the bag gave way.

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    If I had to get under the car in the bush i'd use the chainsaw to cut up some wood for the car to sit on i think. Dunno never had to so far but I know i would never get under a car supported by a airbag jack that's for sure
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    Went back in no problem. Actually, it wasn't in the bag when it arrived in the box, but the air comes out easily and it went in the bag without too many issues. Not like trying to get a tent back in it's bag!

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    Could you use it for a chair at camp, shame it only has one use
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    Quote Originally Posted by lucus30 View Post
    If I had to get under the car in the bush i'd use the chainsaw to cut up some wood for the car to sit on i think. Dunno never had to so far but I know i would never get under a car supported by a airbag jack that's for sure
    When you use the jack to remove a wheel you place that wheel under the vehicle. no need to cut up wood. use your spare or the wheel your taking off. Dont get under the vehicle.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MudRunnerTD View Post
    When you use the jack to remove a wheel you place that wheel under the vehicle. no need to cut up wood. use your spare or the wheel your taking off. Dont get under the vehicle.
    I do that even with jack stands but I wouldn't get under it with just a wheel and exhaust jack
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    Quote Originally Posted by lucus30 View Post
    I do that even with jack stands but I wouldn't get under it with just a wheel and exhaust jack
    Meh! For skinny folk like me a wheel is big enough! Lol.

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    You shouldn't get under the vehicle on any jack, but it just feels easier to be nervous with a bag, even though I reckon in most cases the Hi Lift is probably even less stable. I'm happy with it though and sure it will get used from time to time. It is slightly too big to fit in any current hidy holes, so haven't worked out if it will remain in the truck all the time. While it remains flourescent orange pretty sure I'll get sick of it and ditch it unless I know I'm going on a trip.
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    Quote Originally Posted by threedogs View Post
    Could you use it for a chair at camp, shame it only has one use
    Nah, wouldn't be solid enough for a chair. At least it does have one use, not like half the crap I tend to carry around.
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