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[Canadian Tire] $229.99 MotoMaster Eliminator Heavy-Duty Low Profile Long Reach Jack PRICE IN EFFECT Aug, 28 Friday

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[Canadian Tire] $229.99 MotoMaster Eliminator Heavy-Duty Low Profile Long Reach Jack PRICE IN EFFECT Aug, 28 Friday

Sale starts friday 28th
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I bought mine last week at full price will be adjusting it to the sale price friday. Needed the 24" height to install long long tube headers and new stainless exhaust on my 86 monte as they had to go in from the bottom as in the picture.
I thought about the costco jack that would go to 24" but really liked this one better. Worth the sale price for both jacks imo.
The regular reach 18" height is also going on sale friday for $169.
https://www.canadiantire.ca/en/pdp/moto ... 0243p.html
Both look to be the same as harbor freight's daytona line.
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The 3-ton Torin @Costco is $129.99 in the warehouse - is this really worth $100 more?

IMO no, but to each their own.
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Interesting. I need to drop the engine/tranny on the wife's enclave and it comes out the bottom. How sturdy was it at that height?
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Terrible deal. 2 words for you, check costco
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chadw01 wrote: The 3-ton Torin @Costco is $129.99 in the warehouse - is this really worth $100 more?

IMO no, but to each their own.
If you want the extra reach and height without relying on an extension, yes.
And I have no desire to buy a costco membership.
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I always loved the look of this jack. The previous incarnation was a 2-ton jack. This looks to be the new edition and beefed up to 3-tons.

Definately not the cheapest jack around and not for everyone, but it starts lower and goes higher than most jacks on the market.

One day it will be mine!

Edit: some stores still have the old style on clearance for $179: https://stocktrack.ca/?s=ct&q=0090226
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i have both in my garage, depend on your need, if your car is REALLY low like my FRS (with lowered suspension, the torin one does not go under without driving my car over some sort of wood to raise it.

the torin one, while it does reach 24in max height, it doesnt actually raise by 24in...as the part that raise, is not long enough. you will have to rely on the extension witch is useless if you can go under the vehicle

torin one is perfect for normal and SUV vehicle. not much for such real "low profile" car.
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I've been waiting for this jack to go on sale. Thanks OP! Gonna e picking it up.
For those who says that this jack is overpriced, you probably don't own a low vehicle that has a deep jacking point, which is fine. But think about why a jack like this is available for sale before you poo-poo over the cost.
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Chrno wrote: I've been waiting for this jack to go on sale. Thanks OP! Gonna e picking it up.
For those who says that this jack is overpriced, you probably don't own a low vehicle that has a deep jacking point, which is fine. But think about why a jack like this is available for sale before you poo-poo over the cost.
i down a lowered wrx with a front lip... costco one works just fine for me and i save 100$
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LOL @ people dissing this jack because they have no use for it. As previously stated, some people need the lowness feature due to the need to reach certain jacking points on lower / performance vehicles or working on specific parts of a car. If you only need a jack to swap out tires twice a year on the kid hauler, you don't need this thing. Some of us do.
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This is a nice jack to reach those deep jack point.
But Eliminator?? That's not a good name for a jack....
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betamaxman wrote: Lol, how so?
Maybe it's just me but having to go under a vehicle to do work without having something under the tires just makes me paranoid.
I've seen vehicles slip or shift from stands when vigorously working on seized fasteners . Maybe even some stacked pieces of 2x8 or 2x10 to make sure if anything were to give, it would give you enough space not to get crushed.
If tires have to come off, then I just stick them under at the four corners of the frame as insurance.

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