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[Canadian Tire] MotoMaster Standard-Duty Garage Jack, 3-Ton $119.99

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Nov 24, 2017
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[Canadian Tire] MotoMaster Standard-Duty Garage Jack, 3-Ton $119.99

Looking for a 3-ton floor jack for the 3-ton jack stands I bought (see thread here). Short enough to fit under my Leaf and tall enough to jack up my C1500.

EDIT: Ended up buying the Arcan 3-ton jack from Costco for $149.99 linked by doctor80: https://www.costco.ca/arcan-3-ton-profe ... 17470.html
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Last edited by Alenux55 on Oct 16th, 2020 12:49 pm, edited 2 times in total.
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Newbie
Jul 3, 2014
49 posts
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Abbotsford, BC
I have this jack, do a lot of mechanic work and have owned other various jacks.

Don’t have any complaints
Newbie
Jul 13, 2016
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I would disagree $120 is a hot deal. If the Jack were part of a kit, or made from aluminum, or brand name, or low profile, or high reach then sure it might be. But this is as "ordinary" as they get.
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Sep 18, 2017
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GVRD
Alenux55 wrote: Is this comparable in quality to this CAT jack at Costco as well? Last I saw they were selling them for $159.99 in my local store: https://www.costco.ca/cat-3-ton-low-pro ... 29132.html

Although not thrilled with the lack of (good) reviews...
Bought this a month ago (CAT 3 ton jack) when it was on sale ($120?), debating on ordering the Acrcan now as it has tons more reviews and the fact that it's 20# lighter.
The fact that the CAT is such a load, makes me hesitant to change my snow tires.
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Nov 24, 2017
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MintMentos wrote: Bought this a month ago (CAT 3 ton jack) when it was on sale ($120?), debating on ordering the Acrcan now as it has tons more reviews and the fact that it's 20# lighter.
The fact that the CAT is such a load, makes me hesitant to change my snow tires.
I bit the bullet and ordered the Arcan. I found another thread (arcan-3-ton-aluminum-steel-floor-jack-1 ... d-2109981/) and everyone there seems pretty excited about the deal; shame it isn't the $139.99, but with winter coming up I don't feel like waiting for $10 more savings.
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Nov 30, 2015
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Hamilton, ON
I'm waiting for a jack for around $20 to do my winter tire swaps.
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Sep 8, 2017
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GTA
I can vouch for this Motomaster jack. I've had the old version for at least 10 years now. Between my project cars, my brother's project cars, our daily drivers, and our parent's daily drivers, it's gotten A LOT of use and it's still in good working condition.

https://www.canadiantire.ca/en/pdp/moto ... 1047p.html
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Aug 12, 2003
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Hamilton
GroverTime wrote: I'm waiting for a jack for around $20 to do my winter tire swaps.
There's probably a free one to use in your trunk!
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Nov 30, 2015
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Hamilton, ON
traktion wrote: There's probably a free one to use in your trunk!
For sure, just want one that’s easier to use. I’ve seen the pump ones for 25 or so before.
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Apr 5, 2016
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Gonna buy the Arcan jack. Getting tired of paying $40 cash to swap winter wheels. Anyone know of good quality jack stands able to keep up a Honda Pilot?
Current Fido and Rogers customer.
Ex Koodo customer.

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