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Do You Even Lift, Man? We’ve Got Lifting Equipment for Your Car

It’s time for that special piece of equipment for your garage or business. We’re talking about getting a lift so that you can work on your vehicles with ease. Gone are the days of squeezing under a vehicle and shimmying out. With this upgrade, you’ll be able to work more efficiently. If you’re starting your own shop, a lift is a key tool to invest in. Not only will it save you time, but you’ll be able to make more money and work on more cars. With lifting equipment manufactured by top brands, you can search our shop and see which one works for you and your space.

Establishing Need

First, what do you need your lift for? Once you know what you’ll be doing with your lift and how often you’ll be using it, you can make an educated decision on what type of lift to purchase. Some may only need something to give your vehicle a slight height. You can quickly facilitate oil changes, and polish your car. Answering this question will determine whether you need a two post or a four post lift. Or, maybe it’ll expose the fact that you just really want this new toy and really just need a jack in your life. Either way, we’re here for you.

2 Post Lifting Equipment

A two post lift caters to a lot of your maintenance needs for your vehicle. This type of lift will act as a hammock; the tires will be in the air supported by nothing. If you’re on a budget or just want the flexibility of doing a variety of repairs, this is a great option. Keep in mind that this type of lift must be anchored to the ground, so if you’re planning on moving it around, maybe think of the hassle.

4 Post Lifting Equipment

If the two post lift was a hammock, then this is a bed. The four post lift gives your vehicle complete support. This type is easier to load your vehicle onto and it has a portable and fixed location option. If you need some more height, this will also be the better option for you.

Measure Up

Secondly, measure the space that you’ll be utilizing. Your garage may seem roomy, but the reality might not be enough to house a lift comfortably. The last thing you need is a car compressed by the ceiling in your home. And, to spend money and time on something that doesn’t work for you. In this case, you’re going to want something that is at least 11 to 12 feet.

Sold!

Next, it’s time to head over to our online shop and get some lifting equipment delivered straight to your door. With great brands like Bendpak, Challenger and Norco—just to name a few—your only next question should be, when would you like to order?

Get more work done and treat yourself to a lift. See what you can get here.