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I'll be going to Harbor Freight tomorrow to see what they have in stock. Can't tell from looking online. I wish I had a coupon for the jack and the jack stands I'll be getting.
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Looks like you have lots of good options already. FWIW, I bought this one a few years ago and love it: https://www.amazon.com/Neiko-20272B-.../dp/B002GQ8AY4. Light, fast, low.
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I have 2 Pittsburgh 2 ton aluminum jacks. I like to be able to jack up both sides at the same time. I use them a lot and will never go back to a heavy steel jack

https://www.harborfreight.com/automo...ump-64542.html

I am definitely going to go this route in the future. Now that I have installed my petty front/rear sway bars (and mopar springs), the car is a fickle ***** to jack up. Anywhere you jack on one side lifts the entire side almost immediately. I always get a little nervous jacking up one side and then the other due to the jack stands sometimes shifting.

I use a low profile 1.5 ton jack stand from harbor freight but will be upgrading to two 3 tons. The one that I use is great for lowered cars but doesnt go that high and maxes out easily.

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Thanks for all the replies. I ended up getting the Daytona 3 ton low profile from Harbor Freight.
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