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I use a Quick jack BL5000 SLX . for my '63 convertible and my '64 wagon
it works great , you can but rubber blocks for the pinchweld
 

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quick jack

does it lift it high enough to put wheel cribs under the tires? wheel cribs about 12 inches tall?
 

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here is that jack listed at Home Depot.

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I hear that. I mean, they look great, but seems a bunch of the cars I've owned cost that much or less. They have vid of the quick jack lifting a car from each side, but I haven't seen lifting of a vehicle two front wheels or two rear wheels at once, which is what I do most often.
 

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I bought one for my C5 Corvette last year simply because getting a C5 jacked up with a floor jack and stands is a PITA in my opinion. I'm a big guy at 300lbs and 6'1". I had PLENTY of room to roll around under the car on a creaper and installed a set of long tubes without floor clearance issues. I'll see if I can dig up a few pics I took.
 

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