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New car lift

Postby HJ2 » Wed 06.09.2017, 09:33

I took the plunge and ordered this lift!
Cant't wait to start improving the Elan again :burnout:
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Re: New car lift

Postby CalElan » Wed 06.09.2017, 20:41

nice!
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Re: New car lift

Postby Rusty Wishbone » Wed 06.09.2017, 22:13

Brilliant! You won't regret it. I installed one of these recessed scissor lifts when I built my garage, and it gets quite well used.
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Re: New car lift

Postby dapinky » Mon 16.07.2018, 18:47

Henk-Jan,
How are you getting on with your scissor lift?
I am awaiting planning permission for my new garage/workshop, and want to get similar.... I'm looking at this one. Is there enough clearence to drive the Elan over/on to it?

Rusty,
I have also been looking at the built-into-the-floor ones (as it won't be much extra effort whilst it's all being built), but like the 'portability' of the one I linked to so I can use it without having to shift cars arround.
The garage will be 7m x 6.5m, so I could have it built in - but if I want to use it on the elan and the Triumph is in the way, it will be more awkward......

.... decisions, decisions

If only there were enough head room for a 4-post lift it would be easier :lol:
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Just the one now, but this one's mine! - and it will be finished eventually.....

go on - click this link - you know you want to!
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