Best Jack Stands: Be Confident When Lifting Your Vehicle
Complete multiple maintenance tasks on your vehicle using these high-quality jack stands
These jack stands come in several weight capacities (two, three, six, and 12 ton). They're constructed of high-grade forged steel with a welded frame design for durability.
They are a solid set of stands for a solid price. They are powder-coated to prevent rust, and they have a large saddle surface area for better contact with the supported load.
The weld quality may be poor, and they may arrive bent out of the box. They may also break within a short period of time.
These jack stands to conform to the ANSI PALD load rating standard and is made with a welded steel base for strength. Their durable baked enamel finish resists corrosion.
They have sturdy, welded footpads that resist sinking into soft ground or asphalt. The steel is hefty, and they provide a good height for underbody access.
They may feature poor welds. The "v" where the frame sits is deep, so it can be tough to line things up without the upper points touching something they shouldn't be.
These jack stands have a formed steel frame, multi-position ratchet bar, and dual-purpose handle for carrying and saddle column release. They have a lifting range of 16-1/4 to 25-3/4 inches.
The Hein-Werner stands are heavier, taller, beefier, and larger than many of its competitors. The welds are good, and the legs sit flush.
They are packaged poorly and may arrive out of the box with chips and scratches. The little welded pieces of metal under the feet may be crooked.