That is the one for $450 at Amazon. That does meet all my criterion! Cool.
I will have to look at the money. At this instant, I tend to think I will go that way, but I have been known to change my mind if circumstances change.
I was actually contemplating a cheaper one, a Neiko Pro, because it is much lighter. But, here in Mexico, there are plenty of people willing to help. On my car place, I can roll it. And, most anyone who would borrow it is strong enough to carry it off. I don't trust aluminum like steel.
Amazon says it only weights 107 pounds. Up until this year, when I got SIBO, I often helped carry in 110 pound bags of cement. I am definitely in remission, not claiming cured, but am afraid to try the cement at this time. If I can no longer carry 110 pounds, at only 74 years old, I am going to feel very old and beat up.
But, even some women here can pick up 110 pounds and move it. I thought I had read 158 pounds, but that may be shipping weight with a pallet? That would be too heavy for me. The Neiko is under 60 pounds but it is aluminum. So, I do like the thought of this one and at only 107 it is usable.
I did a lot of Googling and found people all over the place. The two ton Snap-on runs around $550, and some say is made by HW. The FJ200 has a higher lift, but I doubt I will ever need that much lift.
I think I need to also get the adapter to protect the pinch jack points on the car. They are cheap enough.
By the way, I got the last pads installed and my first drive was up the hill through the curves. It definitely is much lighter on needed pedal pressure. Of course, with new pads, I would expect that. But, I do not know if changing to ceramic pads also reduces needed pedal pressure. If I get time, I will search for reviews on that topic.
Next time, if there is a next time, I plan to put on racing rotors. Slotted and drilled I think you call them. My son-in-law put them on the 2002 after I complained of brake fade, something I had not experienced in many years. No more fade, for sure.