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  • That thing any good?

    Not that I would have the space for it anyway.....but $1900 is tempting

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  • #2
    Wow, that IS very tempting. I've been looking at lifts and will investigate this one for sure. If I can squeeze it into my 1940's sized garage (surprisingly small for an era with very large cars...) that is.


    • #3
      There's tons of thoughts/opinions in this thread:

      Hey, looking to install a lift in the garage. First issue is that this is a standard stick built regular height rafter single layer garage. One can't lift a car very high before you hit stuff (including the garage door roll up area). What have people done that works well? Is a pit a better...

      Basically you need to decide if you want a 4 post or a 2 post. I think the biggest problem with 2 post is that you need 6" of high PSI concrete to anchor it to.


      • #4
        I'm strongly considering a single post lift, so that I don't have any obstructions in the middle of my garage.

        One like this:


        • #5

          Why not build your own?

          I build one something like this:

          Also check Craigslist as they come up used from time to time, the two poster type, not the kwiklift.


          • #6
            Possible, but the 2-post lift was not even a serious consideration. I have just no space but I found the price interesting.