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Thanks for that mate!
There are loads about the £100 mark so just seeing what people have and would recommend from there experiences
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That's only a 2 tonne jack though unless I'm mistaken??
Unless that's all we need but I would have thought I would have needed at least 3 tonne?
 

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I've got a 2.5 tonne light weight sealey jack. Had it for over a year with no problems. So much lighter than my old jacks.
 

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I have a 3 tonne SIP trolley jack, again cant fault it and its low but jacks up nice and high, hope this helps you
 

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Depends on what you've got

But a 2 ton jack should be fine for a swb.

Dowt an empty SWB weights anywhere near 2 ton and you're not going to be lifting 2 ton anyways unless you can magically balance it in the center to lift all 4 wheels at once....:*

And always use axel stands when under a van/car, don't rely on the jack!

Stu
 

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I'll try doing what you said tomorrow and ill let you know! Cannot say I'm that confident ill be able to pull it off though mate lol
 
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