I have no doubt.

My biggest concern is if I can get the “quick raise” feature working again.  I 
suspect there are some check balls in the thing somewhere and they’re not in 
the right place.

The O rings are the easy part.  The O ring on the main ram is leaking, so I 
know I’ll need to replace that for sure.

Dan


> On Aug 27, 2015, at 2:30 PM, Dan Penoff via Mercedes <mercedes@okiebenz.com> 
> wrote:
> 
> I seem to recall someone talking about rebuilding their old floor jack.
> 
> My Craftsman 3-1/2 ton floor jack is leaking and the quick raise feature no 
> longer works.  I’m sure this is far from rocket science, but I also don’t 
> want to be without a jack for two-three weeks, either.
> 
> Any suggestions, experience, web sites, parts resource?
> 
> I talked to several local hydraulic places in Tampa today, and none of them 
> rebuilds jacks anymore.  They said it’s just not profitable.
> 
> Dan
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