Added another floor jack to the family. After some research I got the HF Daytona 3T Super Duty model. Their yellow SD appears to be a step up in quality from the other jacks in the Daytona line. It gets good reviews and is a clone of the Snap-On jack at 1/3 the price. It's close enough that Snap-On sued HF over it (and lost). Snap-on, Harbor Freight settle floor jack case (biztimes.com) HF claims their jack comes from the same factory as the Snappy but S-O denies that. The similarities are hard to overlook though. I'm impressed this comes with several zerk fittings for keeping it properly lubed, even the front wheels have them. Comparing it to my 3T Craftsman, they're both heavy. The C-man tips the scale at 85 lbs, while the HF comes in at 105 lbs. The saddle of the Daytona sits about 3/4" lower at rest, but at full reach is 4" higher. The real difference is in the number of pumps required to raise the pad. Full range on the Craftsman is 27 pumps, while the Daytona is just 5! That should save me quite a bit of time. Pictured along with my 1.5t jack that I've had for about 40 years.