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Old 04-18-2018, 04:24 PM   #176
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That's a good deal for that setup. If buy one, can you tell me the lift range of it? (not listed on the site, and Home Depot is an hour drive for me)

3-ton jacks sold at Can-Tire and similar used to have a total lift height of about 23-24", but now a lot of them only go to 18.25". If the lower height works for you, it's no problem...I need 22" to pull the Rally Bug motor.

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Not sure if you go that way at all, but Harbor Freight has ones that go that high. Bellingham is the closest one. If you decide to go, call them, to see if they have them in stock.

They have one that goes from 3-1/4 to 24-1/4 inches. 3 ton dual. Probably weighs a ton, too.
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Old 05-02-2018, 08:18 PM   #178
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Yup, it's heavy but I rarely take them out of my shop. Sometimes they go on sale for $80usd
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Old 05-04-2018, 08:01 AM   #179
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There's one on sale for $80 this month, otherwise there's a coupon on their site for 20% off any regularly priced item, this weekend.

Go on their site and scroll through the first page.
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Any Bosch 18V users?

On the fence about buying this. 18V Core 6.3 battery for $122 on Amazon.ca
Camel shows it's the lowest price for the battery so far.

https://www.amazon.ca/dp/B01N6VIHUR/...v_ov_lig_dp_it

I have a Bosch 18V impact that is rated up to 1650 inch lbs, which is like 137ft lbs.
I'm using it with 1.5Ah packs which came with my Bosch drill. The thing really struggles to remove my lugs torqued at 80 ft lbs. Considering getting this 6.3 battery to see if it would help. Then again, I don't really take off my lugs often enough to justify the purchase.
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MG1's favorite store, Lee Valley Tools, has free shipping with $40 purchase for a limited time. https://www.leevalley.com/en-ca/promo/freeshipping
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Any Bosch 18V users?

On the fence about buying this. 18V Core 6.3 battery for $122 on Amazon.ca
Camel shows it's the lowest price for the battery so far.

https://www.amazon.ca/dp/B01N6VIHUR/...v_ov_lig_dp_it

I have a Bosch 18V impact that is rated up to 1650 inch lbs, which is like 137ft lbs.
I'm using it with 1.5Ah packs which came with my Bosch drill. The thing really struggles to remove my lugs torqued at 80 ft lbs. Considering getting this 6.3 battery to see if it would help. Then again, I don't really take off my lugs often enough to justify the purchase.
Saw this too late but hope comment is useful. Yes, my impact driver (Bosch 18V) does seem to have a difference in power using a 2Ah vs a 4Ah battery, not sure about the 6.3Ah, but it still doesn't do lug nuts very well because it can't overcome the stiction/initial torque to break the nut loose especially after shop visits. What I usually do is to use a 24-inch breaker bar to break the nut loose (usually less than a half turn) to help the driver, before I jack the car up. It's also kinder to your lug nuts in the long run, especially if you have lock nuts as the keys can't take impact wrench/driver beating and will deform or break. I just use the driver to spin the nuts off the rest of the way once I have the car up in the air, and to spin them back on after I swap the wheels. I tighten with a torque wrench the rest of the way.
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You mean that store that sells useless, overpriced items to yuppies? I can't recall which RS member said that, but it has stuck on my mind like cold pancakes at IHOP. Gulolol.

Can't wait for Cyber Monday. Get them gift cards at 15% off.
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I need a torque wrench and socket set for seasonal wheel changeovers, any recommendations?
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Yeah, Snap On digital torque wrench.


j/k.......... mine just sits in the tool cabinet looking pretty.


Best bang for buck is the Pittsburgh Torque Wrench from Harbor Freight. Flip socket from there, too. Princess Auto has them on sale, too.

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Anyone need some cordless tools. This is a pretty good deal. Ryobi makes some good stuff and has a ton of compatible tools.


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Just an FYI, Princess Auto is doing free shipping right now. Social distancing aside, it's a great way to ensure you get items that are usually sold out right away.
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Thanks, man. I just ordered a click type torque wrench. I have a Snap-On digital flex head torque wrench and it's damn sexy, but I'm so used to click type. I have an el cheapo Pittsburgh click type torque wrench from Harbor Frieght that I use most of the time, but I have little faith in its accuracy. My trusty Craftsman torque wrench from over 50 years ago, finally died (I didn't treat her well). Anyway, I ordered a 1503MFRMH.

Hopefully this will last as long as the Craftsman did. Craftsman no longer make tools like they used to.
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Just an FYI, Princess Auto is doing free shipping right now. Social distancing aside, it's a great way to ensure you get items that are usually sold out right away.
Their 2020 catalogue is out now..............

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jq9b...7tkw69xgcsv9kd


Man, I remember driving to their original store in Winnipeg (part of my cross continent, bucket list, road trip). No longer around, but their replacement store...... holy carp, it's big.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Princess_Auto
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The CDI torque wrench showed up at the post office today. Very nice torque wrench. It comes in the exact same blow moulded case as my SnapOn digital Flex Techwrench. Calibration docs, too. Very nice purchase.

Thanks again, Speed2K. I don’t care what the others say, you’re a good guy.


EDIT: Just got home, and the SnapOn case is way bigger than the CDI. Damn, the TechWrench is a big boy!
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The CDI torque wrench showed up at the post office today. Very nice torque wrench. It comes in the exact same blow moulded case as my SnapOn digital Flex Techwrench. Calibration docs, too. Very nice purchase.

Thanks again, Speed2K. I donít care what the others say, youíre a good guy.


EDIT: Just got home, and the SnapOn case is way bigger than the CDI. Damn, the TechWrench is a big boy!
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Nothing is happening now, but There is a dewalt warehouse here.(burnaby) they often have F&F sale..

stuff is super cheap there if you can find out when it is.. example :20V batteries are about $10 / per ah. they only carried as high as 5 when i last went and lowest as 1.5
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Nothing is happening now, but There is a dewalt warehouse here.(burnaby) they often have F&F sale..

stuff is super cheap there if you can find out when it is.. example :20V batteries are about $10 / per ah. they only carried as high as 5 when i last went and lowest as 1.5
My friend was telling me about that place, he goes there all the time. Does anyone know if the Milwaukee service centre near Byrne have any deals on tools?
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Where is a good place to order/find trailer hitches for a GTI? I want to add a Draw Tite/Hidden Hitch to carry bikes on my GTI.
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I was in Coquitlam BC Princess Auto, they had a 1.5ton super high lift truck jack and a more standard low profile 2ton on clearance. Regular $299 each priced at $100 each. My buddy picked up a 2 ton.

these ones,
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I bought 2 pack live animal traps for $10, bargain.
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