In the 1970's I moonlighted fixing hydraulic jacks. this is my opinion: The ones that were the worst to fix were Walker, their valves like most jacks,were spring loaded ball bearings...but the Walker bodies were soft, and the balls pounded the seats, and the jacks wouldn't hold.4 out of 10 walkers couldn't be fixed.(Well, they could have been fixed by remachining the valve seats, but who, beyond the factory, could do that?) Todays "Lincoln" brand, are just Walkers, also sold as NAPA's. I myself would be leary of them! Most Chinese jacks are not designed to be fixed. When they quit, you throw them away. I once spent several hours on the phone trying to track down Chinese jack parts..I finally reached an importer in LosAngeles, who told me..."Look buddy, I'm in the business of selling jacks..NOT PARTS!") Most of the chain stores..Sears, wallys, kmart are selling chinese jacks. Is it worth your life to crawl under a machine/vehicle jacked up with a Chinese jack? Finally, the best, in my opinion. was Hein-Werner but the import makers, paying .25 cents per hour drove an American Union shop out of business. The name has come back, probably as a decal on a forign made product...back away if it says "made in China". Lastly...a GOOD jack is not a cheap jack.. expect to pay $200 for a lifetime invest- ment...Not $39.95
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