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Any recommendations on 4 Post Car Lift

Discussion in 'Iowa/Nebraska Area Vipers' started by cso19, Aug 26, 2020.

  1. cso19

    cso19 Enthusiast

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    Trying to create room for more vehicles in the garage. Anyone have recommendation on brand or area seller and installer of 4 Post Car Lifts in the Eastern Nebraska/Western Iowa area?
     
  2. cwilson80134

    cwilson80134 Enthusiast

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    I have had a Bendpak four poster for almost 10 years. I've been very happy with it. I bought it online and had it shipped to the installer and then he brought it out to install. I park a full size pickup under it so I bought a higher lift model and one for longer wheelbase vehicles - the HD-9XL - 9000 lbs capacity. I bought it from Workshop Depot and they helped me find an installer. I'm not sure if they're still in business - tried the website just now and it wouldn't connect.
     
  3. Patrick J

    Patrick J Enthusiast

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    Last time I bought one I looked around quite a bit and Eagle Equipment was the best option.
     
  4. David Housley

    David Housley Enthusiast

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    I purchased an Advantage 4 post Lift a few years ago. Very satisfied. It runs on 110, so it is a tad slow going up. They installed it for $500 and they were great to work with. Check out there website. You will need the 4 foot ramps as my 98 GTS barely cleared using the 3 foot ramps. The people were great to work with and they have a warehouse in Omaha best I recall.
     
  5. kssssnake

    kssssnake Enthusiast

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    Depends on your needs. Some have fixed ramps. Some are movable. Some need approach ramps some don't. Some are movable with built in wheels. If you need an installer that's another deal breaker. You must have access to a lift truck if you do it your self. Some lifts are certified, some aren't. You can spend $2000 on the low end or twice that. Complete Hydraulics has several. Northern tool does also. Have fun shopping and let us know what you decide.
     

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