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    Buying a 2 post lift ?

    Does anyone know the best (cheapest) place to buy a 2 post lift, looking for a 8000 to 9000 # lift for my shop.
    anyone buy one latley, thanks for your input.

    sirswapalot

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    Senior Member RACING JUNKIE TheYellaBrick's Avatar
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    WARNING : DO NOT go 'cheap' on a tool such as that !

    Your LIFE depends on the structural integrity of it's construction. Not to mention it's overall capability to handle MORE than what you'd ever 'intend' to lift. Lifts are a 'major' purchase that you want to last a long time.
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    DO NOT BUY A LIFT JUST ON COST....ITS A MATTER OF LIFE & DEATH. MAKE SURE ITS APPROVED BY THESE GUYS. http://www.autolift.org/faq.htm

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    I like Rotory lift's myself :!: ://www.rotarylift.com






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    Senior Member RACING JUNKIE TheYellaBrick's Avatar
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    Ditto on Rotary Lifts. They are the dominant brand here abouts.
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    thanks for the info guys

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    we got 9000 pound challengers in are shop in they are very durable and i know will lift more then they say cause we lifted a tow truck that was well over that but we only lifted it a few feet to do the brakes.......lol
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