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Craftsman 2 ton Hydraulic Jack - Sears

Item# 00950280000P | Model# 50280 | Added on July 26, 2010 |
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Craftsman 2 ton Hydraulic Jack - Sears
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The 2-ton Hydraulic Jack is Ready for Any Job Here's a true lifting workhorse that can get the job done: the Craftsman 2-ton hydraulic jack. Designed for use at home or a repair shop, this bottle jack delivers the lifting capacity you need to handle vehicles up to two tons with a lifting range from 7-1/4 inches to 13-11/16 inches. Whether you're a professional mechanic or a do-it-yourselfer, the 2-ton hydraulic jack will make a solid addition to your work space. It is strong, durable, dependable and stable. It features a precision machined piston and cylinder for trouble free performance, while the T-shape release valve, molded rubber grip handle and a storage clip give you the versatility you need to get the job done. The jack features an overload valve bypass system to prevent jack damage and user injury, job after job.

  • The Craftsman 2-ton hydraulic jack is designed for home or shop use
  • It has a two-ton (4,000 lb.) maximum load capacity
  • This bottle jack has all the clearance you need for most jobs
  • Lifting range is 7-1/4 inches to 13-11/16 inches
  • The grooved saddle is designed for load gripping power
  • To prevent jack damage and user injury, the jack features a patented built in bypass system with safety valve
  • The bypass system goes into effect if the jack is overloaded
  • This jack has a wide stance and is perfect for professional mechanics and accomplished do-it-yourselfers alike
  • Includes jack, two-piece handle with spring locking connection, and manual
  • Meets ANSI/ASME/paid
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By WarEagle
June 22nd, 2007
Mighty Mouse

I purchased the jack the other day with the intentions of using it periodically during oil changes and tire rotations (I'd love a nice floor jack, but can't afford it at the moment [ie my wife says I can't buy one right now]). I had originally wanted a 4-ton model, but for some reason Sears is discontinuing it and, thus, the store did not have any. This 2-ton model is plenty for my needs right now and the price was right so I got it. When I got it out of its box I was amazed at how tiny it was. I thought there was no way it could lift 2-tons. I stuck it under the frame of my Nissan Frontier Desert Runner and sure enough it picked it up without a fuss. It didn't pick it up much, though, because it's so small, and the frame of the truck is pretty high off the ground (it would have no problem on a car). However, two short pieces of 2x6 under the base gave it more than enough height to pick the tire up off the ground. It's a small price to pay for something as portable and useful as it is. It is as at home in the garage as it is the trunk of a car.

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By DanielWatkins
June 3rd, 2014
Worked great, but RUSTS away in no time!

I bought this jack at a local store a few years ago and I used it a few times on my Civic. It clearly has more lifting ability than I need for my small car. It does have a small diameter contact area which is a problem. The main issue is that the metal is highly sensitive to water! I had it in the bottom of my trunk for some time with a bit of standing water in there. There was significant rust but it had not seized and I cleaned it up, dried it up. Put it in a zip lock bag on my shelf because I no longer trusted it (and I found my OEM car jack). A while later, maybe a year, I come back and dig it out while doing some spring cleaning and it's RUSTED again! this time it is seized. Rust everywhere. Think titanic after 20 years or so. The bottom of my trunk? No rust. The metal in this jack does not resist rust (no Zinc, etc). I would not recommend it in any sort of region where it rains at all.

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Hector Manuel Diaz
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February 26th
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Compact, inexpensive, handy replacement for car jack.

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I bought one of these to toss in the trunk of my car to replace the worthless jack that came standard. I've used this jack since to help others, and it performed flawlessly. Worth every penny!

November 16th via sears.com
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Michael Bodor
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It was horrible.. first time I used it the handle bent

July 24th
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Sears_Purchaser
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Good product. Bad customer service.

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I like the jack. Easy to learn how to use and easy to use.

The one thing that was not great though were the cashiers there inside the store. The guy at the pick up area was great....went and got me the jack quickly and politely. But the 2 young men at the registers inside the store wanted to do anything OTHER than their job. They carried on a conversation with each other the whole time he was ringing me up. It was like I was bothering him/them!! Their customer service was..........nonexistent.

May 13th
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