Repair Solution For Leaky Hydraulic Jacks

A Simple Repair Solution for Leaky Hydraulic Jacks

Hydraulic jacks are a common sight just about anywhere people are performing maintenance or repairing a vehicle.

People have been utilizing Jacks to work on cars and trucks since … well, probably since cars and trucks came into existence. The earliest jacks were mechanical devices based on variations of scissors. 

Today, of course, technicians and DIYers can choose from a wide variety of jacks, and hydraulic jacks are a common sight just about anywhere that people are performing maintenance or repairing a vehicle.

This video is sponsored by Bar’s Leaks.

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