- Dec 22, 2017
That one is nice, but its a bit on the heavy side.I was thinking about buying this one. I like Sunex tools.
You can buy a very nice low profile 2 post lift for around 5kI can't find a cheap lift for 1200 anymore. A year ago I could, but now they are all 1600+. I'm not looking for anything special either, I have high ceilings and didn't need a base plate, don't need a 15K one, heck a 9K is plenty. Got any links to those for 1200?
It's not fun on lowered cars. In a traditional garage, a 2-post lift takes up precious functional space. The other thing, with scissors, is you can get a lift for any size garage. 8-foot ceilings, just buy a low-rise.Aligning the arms on the two post syle seems like a dance worth avoiding along with the posts in the way.
Or is new power also required?
|Ship Weight||1,355 lbs.|
That looks really good! I was considering a quickjack, but I think you might have just changed my mind.https://www.bestbuyautoequipment.com/auto-lift-6000lb-portable-mid-rise-frame-lift-p/al-6k-mr-38.htm
For example. Under $2k, looks to be distributed in a bunch of states, 110V/15A, 38" rise. You can get a few more inches if you have leveling boards for the wheels and then use riser blocks at the jack points.
I had the trenches formed when I poured my garage slab.Especially if you go the ultimate install. Cut out the floor in the shape of the rectangles, dig out the gravel base. Re-pour recessed concrete to get a flush with the floor install.