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ToolPRO Car Stands 2000kg $49.99 (RRP $79.99) + Delivery ($0 C&C) @ Supercheap Auto


Stacks with upto $10 credit for new SCA members

Also don't forget your Cashback/Shopback/Qantas FF

Keep you and your car safe with a pair of these ToolPRO Ratchet Car Stands.

Finished in gloss red and black powder coating these car stands are resistant to corrosion, abrasion and most shop fluids.

Sporting a sturdy ratchet system with fast and fine resolution adjustment to maximize the lifting height of your jack and provide you with a lot of room for activities.

To raise simply lift the red shank to the desired height , to lower support the weight of the shank and lift the plastic coated handle.

One pair of stands will support up to 2000kg, suitable for light to medium duty vehicles.Safe Use of Vehicle Stands:
* Incorrect use may result in injury or death.
* Use only in pairs and on flat hard level surfaces (e.g. concrete), ensuring the stand is positioned under a solid portion of the vehicle and the locking mechanism is fully engaged.
* Do not extend the height of the stand beyond its maximum working height, nor use items such as bricks or timber to support the vehicle.

This is part of Father's Day deals for 2021.

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closed Comments

  • +4

    Never been a fan of ratchet-type stands. If the ratchet handle gets bumped hard by something it's going to come crashing down quickly.

    If anyone buys these, lie a wheel or 2 under the chassis rails for extra safety before you get under the car.

    • +4

      I use 4 stands plus keep the trolley jack loaded. If I get crushed then it’s meant to be!

    • +3

      I have these and once the weight of a car is on them the amount of force required to bump the handle would be enough to move the entire stand out from underneath the car.

    • New ratchet stands come with pins if you're paranoid.

  • The way the Supercheap description is written is confusing. Are they rated to 1000kg each (2000kg for the pair)?

    If so this is better value (and include locking pins too) as it says rated to 1500kg each

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