I have a question that I am hoping I can get an answer to...
PLEASE NOTE: the following pertains to changing a flat tire on the road only...not for working on the vehicle.
My wrenchin' days are long over so I know nothing about this, however, I see, and have heard, the jacks supplied with vehicles nowadays are garbage, even compared with the old bumper jacks we had way back when. I used to carry an old scissor-jack and a large L-head lug wrench and a large speed or spyder wrench as well. Nonetheless, that was then and my question is this; what would be a good jack for a modern vehicle, i.e. PU-truck, van, or car? I assume the wrenches are still good but the jack behooves me.
Help on this would be greatly appreciated.
Take Care and Stay Safe,
Ken aka kilogulf59
(Left) My Son's 2006 Chevy Colorado 4WD Z71 Extended Cab 3.5L 220 hp I5 and Buddy (Center) 2000 Chevrolet Silverado 1500 4WD 3-Door Extended Cab Long Box 5.3L V8 285 HP Vortec Engine 4 speed HD trans. (Right) 2009 Chevy Silverado 1500 4WD Ext Cab LT1 Z71