I should clarify my wording- on the second try I did not get the same results. On the second try I could only get one pump worth of height out of the jack. If I raised the handle preparing for the second pump, the jack went back down.
Re: Floor jack problem in reply to Eric in IL, 07-18-2013 15:35:07
my chinese lincoln jack has creeped down since new. it s basically junk except for the spring that holds up the handle..my 20 year old made in america generic whatever it might be, has been abused like 90 and still just keeps working like the day we bought it..btw it also cost three times as much too....money well spent..
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