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Automotive Lifts Just Keep Getting Better

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Thewide, wide world of automotive lifts just keeps growing. One company wechecked lists five variations of its two-post symmetrical lift, withsharp photos and more information if you just clicked on the photo.This may sound “ho hum” today, but it certainly wasn’t a couple ofdecades ago. Now it takes only a click of the finger to gatherinformation, instead of days and probably a personal phone call orvisit to your store to get the information you need.

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In asecond, you can see clearly that a one-post frame engaging model givesmaximum space around the wheel wells and sides of a vehicle – veryhandy. Better yet, there are no EPA concerns, regardless of the ratherodd post configuration. This particular unit is also environmentallyfriendly and fully contained in a polymer composite housing.

Accordingto its manufacturer, the lift’s cylinder design reduces service time upto 75%. This is truly 21st century engineering that can save you timeand money.

Then there is the two-post symmetrical lift, with adouble S column design and a single piece construction. This provides achannel and surface contact area of the gearing, plus a single pointlock release that releases the locks at the same time.

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Examinethis unit and you’ll find two full stroke cylinders, one for eachcolumn, and arm restraints on each arm that engage when the vehicle islifted. The capacity on the example given by this company is 10,000 to12,000 pounds, and the vehicle shown in the air was a Chevy Trailblazerwith all the room anybody needs to work on the front end or at the rearof this large vehicle.

Also offered by this company is atwo-post asymmetrical and pad lift. If you service a wide variety ofvehicles, you can also check out the firm’s four-post lift, whichhandles cars, vans and trucks – even light and medium duty commercialvehicles.

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