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Car, Motorcycle, ATV and Snowmobile lifts to work on and store your car, truck or other recreational vehicle. 4 Post Lifts, 2 post Lifts, Scissor Mid-Rise Lifts! We have American Built as well as imported lifts. Only the best! These auto lifts can safely support 6000 up to 40,000 pounds and above!
Why do I need a lift?
A quality auto lift is a purchase that should last a life time. It can save time (and money) whether you want to service your vehicle, perform detailing work, or provide additional storage in your garage. Owning an auto lift is more than a luxury; it is a valuable tool that will pay dividends for years to come.
What type of lift do I need?
There are 3 basic types of lifts available. The most common are single post, 2 post, and 4 post. Each has advantages and disadvantages. A single post lift takes up the least room, but is primarily for storage. A 2 post can be used to work on vehicles, but is not well suited for storage. A 4 post offers the ability to store your vehicle, perform most service needs, and is the choice for most home enthusiasts. Both the single post and 2 post lifts require being bolted into the floor and may require at least 6 inches of concrete, whereas a 4 post lift is free-standing, can be set up in most garages, and can even be moved if necessary.
Iím ready to buy. Now what?
The first thing you want to do is find a reputable dealer. The company you deal with is as important as the lift you buy. Many so-called lift dealers are simply middle-men who take your order, make a call, and place your order. They offer little in follow-up service or support. Sources such as the Better Business Bureau can direct you to reputable companies. Does the company manufacture their own lift, or do they have some or all of it built by others? What kind of warrantee comes with your lift? A little money saved now may cost you a lot in a few years.
Can the company you are dealing with help you with special needs, such as height and length requirements, power unit selection (220v or 110v), layout drawings, and even your choice of color? Make sure you discuss the type of vehicles you plan on using with your lift now and in the future. Do you want to install it yourself or have someone else do it? A quality lift company will want to know these and many more questions.
By choosing the right company, your lift purchase will be made easy, hassle-free, and provide you with a quality product for years to come.