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    Don't like hi-lift jacks. Very dangerous unless you know exactly what your doing, and you have a very good quality one. I have a 3.5t trolley jack for home and a 20t bottle jack with an adjustable extension ( hollow steel tube with holes for adjustable locking pin locations ) for in the truck. Also carry two quality stands when I go away. I also carry a 12" square piece of hardwood plank for under the jack. Never needed anything else.
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    Scrap. I rate them for scrap. Buy an exhaust jack.
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