Nice Car Accessory

Everyone should have one of these :D

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+6 1. TenoriTaiga commented 8 years ago

That's actually quite a clever idea. Much less chance of bending the framework of your car with that than a proper jack. :)
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+5 2. Severd_nerv commented 8 years ago

Hmm wouldnt want to be there when u have to empty the airbag. YUK
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+23 3. Sizzlik (admin) commented 8 years ago

#1 also try to use a normal jack on a not hard surface like sand..this one comes in handy =)
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+3 4. dickheadred commented 8 years ago

No ! that's a terrible idea. beside running the risk of blowing the motor from the increased back pressure of the exhaust. you could quite easily blow some part of the exhaust system..... expensive...
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+22 5. zongap commented 8 years ago

I use one almost every week for the regular DIY mechanic. However mine is larger (the bag part).

In France we call it a "Dakar Jack" (from the Paris-Dakar race) or sometimes a "Sahara Jack". It's really fast, secure, and helps you lift the car on almost any surface. Its also lighter than a regular 2 tons jack.

It takes arrounds 20 seconds when accelerating at middle boost to lift my Subaru Legacy 2.0 Liters LPG. The only difficult part is to fit the pipe in the silencer tube when the tail is not round. It's easier when they are two people, one in the car, the other holding the tube on the rear exhaust.

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+1 6. Noobeater commented 8 years ago

What happens when the bag is full? Doesn't it explode or the pipe pops off, quickly emptying the bag or is there a one-way valve of sorts in it?
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+4 7. Natan_el_Tigre commented 8 years ago

Jackin' it like a boss! (sorry, couldn't resist)
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-4 8. beel commented 8 years ago

carbon monoxide death ftw
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+3 9. Vergetta commented 8 years ago

In australia we call them " bullbags" been around for ages.
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+2 10. huldu commented 8 years ago

I guess the problem is that some people would probably pull the hose into the car window and close it.
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+3 11. Teqskater commented 8 years ago

#10 Oh i get it. So they can sit higher on the seat and watch over the steering wheel :). Good idea.
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+1 12. samxgx commented 8 years ago

i'm guessing they have a flap inside the tube wich prevents the air from going back through the same tube... like aquarium air pomps
hence, the bag doesn't go empty when you stop / when you pull out the tube