In keeping with the safety first theme, we’ll start with these Daytona 3-Ton jack stands. They’re available in several colors, including vibrant green, blue, orange, and yellow, as well as basic black and silver.
More importantly, though, these jack stands comply with The American Society of Engineers’ stringent Portable Automotive Service Equipment safety standards. Like most jack stands, it uses a ratcheting steel assembly that locks in place once the car’s weight is on top of the stand. Furthermore, they feature a double-locking steel pin to further ensure your safety when working under your car. I’ve used them for everything from oil changes to engine swaps!
With a lift height range from 11-3/8-inches to 16-7/8-inches, they provide plenty of under-car clearance. So, whether you’re laying straight on the ground or using a creeper to roll underneath, these jack stands provide plenty of room for the vast majority of cars being worked on in a home garage setting. Similarly, the 6,000-pound working load is more than enough for most run-of-the-mill passenger cars. For only $49.99, it’s hard to try to justify buying cheaper jack stands.