Auto Service Professional

OCT 2017

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61 | ASP October 2017 Circle 123 on Reader Service Card 1-800-833-2006 2 POST LIFTS 7,000 to 30,000 LB. Capacities 4 POST LIFTS 19,000 to 120,000 LB. Capacities Model TR-19 LC-12 LOW CEILING MODEL System I Model A-7 GROW YOUR CUSTOMER BASE Technical beams with hydraulic jacks may be added for unloading suspensions and/or adding wheel alignment options. Four-post lifts also allow two-vehicle storage when needed, with one raised and one parked on the shop floor underneath the raised (and locked) arms. Low/mid-rise In order to augment your fixed-location lifts, consider a low/mid-rise lift, which is designed to raise a vehicle two to four feet Four-post lift systems for heavy-duty applica- tions are offered by a number of lift manufactur- ers to handle extreme weight applications. Photo courtesy of Challenger Lifts Challenger's SRM10 is an example of a versatile low/mid-rise lift. This style is an ideal augment to your shop's dedicated-location lifts. Low and mid-rise lifts require minimal floor space and can be moved to various locations. Photo courtesy Challenger Lifts Photo courtesy of Rotary Lift

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