i have one and used it once pa lang during atf change.
ok naman siya. yung nga lang dapat sa hard flat surface mo siya gamitin kasi may gulong siya na uusod habang tumataas yung car. nung ginamit ko yung sa akin eh sa graba nakapark yung car. buti ndi nasira kahit mejo pinuwersa ko hehehe.
nway some things to consider is mabigat siya kesa dun sa stock jack na kotse (yung de-ikot or screw). bulky din lalo na pag sinama mo yung case niya. pero mas ma lift mo yung kotse mo using this as compared to the screw type jack.
Last edited by fourtheboys96; December 13th, 2007 at 09:24 AM.
So far, so good sila. But not all croc jacks can lift as high as the other, even if all of them say they can lift 2 tons. Some crocs can't lift my Camry's rear when it's on non-stock rims. Just check the jack as per application, if their lift is sufficient.
As to the weight and bulk, yes, that's true. But as to convenience, that's true also. It makes short work of changing a flat.
I have a KYK brand 2-ton crocodile jack that I use for my Carnival. I've only used it twice to change or dismount tires, but after using the conventional jack to change my minivan's tire the first time I had a flat, all I can is that crocodile jacks are well worth their weight and bulkiness.