My dads 2002 Suburban just hit 100k miles a week or two ago and it is time to learn how to do maintenance myself (it needs coolant service, trans service [including pan drop and filter], power steering, front brakes and brake bleed because the pedal is really soft, new fuel filter, and differential oil. Now I can squeeze under it to change the oil, but it isn't fun. I want to invest in some good tools. First things I need are jack stands, floor jack and a torque wrench (and torx bits, C-clamp for brake piston) Anyone know where I can see some detailed guides for any of those things online? I've read a few brake tutorials, are they all pretty much the same? I work at Lowe's [and get 10% off everything] and we have all of that there. Are 3 ton jack and jack stands enough for a Suburban? It says it has a 19.8125" lifting range, is that enough to get the tires off the ground? I measured the frame to the ground and it is about 10 1/2 inches. http://www.lowes.com/lowes/lkn?action=prod...6-33680-G-593JS Also a torque wrench seems to be required for the pan bolts, caliper bolts, and lug nuts... Is this a decent torque wrench: http://www.lowes.com/lowes/lkn?action=prod...&lpage=none It is made by Danaher, the same company that makes the Craftsman torque wrench (except this Kobalt has a lifetime warranty). Thanks for any help.