That is nice and it would have me feeling better if it had arms to lock
rest on the floor in case the hydraulics went out while up in the air.
they dont show the guy getting out of the driver door.
Scissor lifts , awesome..
I gotta take the exhaust off ,
website at the end of the video doesn't work, company seems to not exist
anymore...moving on to next video
Check out this video on YouTube:
for that car, you can use 2 3-ton Jacks and 5-ton Stands, solved,,cheap too
@pater429 You can wind the screwpads upto the max, or use the extension
blocks provided. This gives you enough clearance to remove the exhaust.
I'm actually not shade tree >.> I went to a 2 year college for Automotive
I want this lift!!! I've been working on cars since I was old enough to
pull myself up the grill, but I've never used a lift. I do alot of brake
and suspension work for friends/family, and this would make it SO much
easier. The only thing I'd be worried about is the support for the lift.
How much pressure does it exert on each corner and what is it's lifting
capacity? These are things that a person who would NEED a portable lift
needs to know. Could I use it in a field with support pads?
glad to hear that. i'd hate to hear about you being killed. :)
i would buy two at half price because it would take two to make a real hoist
i wish they made this design, but a 2 post unit so you could service the
center of the car. The raised part on the floor is not an issue, but the
horizontal cross in the middle of the chassis is a deal breaker.
I own a lift like this - mounted solid - with 2 lifting carriages - left
and right. Used it for 7 years - No slip, No error. Nothing to regret.
Simply adjust the lift contact point with appropriate adjustments - like
the screw contact this one has. I often used 6'6 or 4x4 blocks on difficult
vehicles - like Ford trucks with dog leg style frames. I still have it
today. Might be up for sale to someone who might want a twinn lift. Can be
used as a single hoist call 304 581-4051 R.Cook
looks good, but how do we get the exaust of?
I had a version of that kind of lift, I can't recall who made it, a friend
gave it to me to use. That thing sat using up room for years, I didn't
trust it. There's isn't enough base, it would be too damn easy to flip it
and a car off it. I got one rockin one time and scared the living shit out
if you knew how dangerous the ole reliable block stack was you'd shit
Why is that relevant?
how do you take the gear box out on a rear wheel drive vehicle? lol
the practical use would be for boarder inspection and the sort. Use as a
maintinace tool would be a pain in the ass.
Hi, does it use regular house power?
Have fun when that thing tips over lol