Garage Lifts

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  1. DShatzer

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    Asking for information from members who use 4-post lifts for storage of their Hellacts. I was watching a thread with a Benz and a Hellcat on a four post, and can't find the photo anymore..... Thanks in advance
     
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    What would you like to know? I have a 4 post.
     
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    4 Post for storage... 2 To do work on it.. Now - Go big or go home IMHO. So the lift(s) that can handle the most weight.

    Not that I know or anything...
     
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    Why you say that? yes two post is better for work but you can work with a 4 post. Don't be a 4 post hater!!!
     
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    Can't really rotate or work on anything shock/suspension related on 4.. BUUUUUUUUUT there's a tricky 2/4 or whatever post deal out there.
     
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    I have about 10'6" clearance in my big two car garage, and was curious if others had successfully used a 4-post for storage. A two post is planned for the shop/barn. Manufacturers web sites are not very helpful. I am leaning to Bend-Pak.
     
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    Look into gregsmithequimpent.com
     
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    Yes, I have a custom 4 post, the width is around 10 feet and the height is tall, max around 7 feet. Bendpak will do custom work. I am happy with mine, Ok this calls for a photo Freud_cigar.jpg
     
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    I don't think you'll have enough room to stack cars with a 10.5' tall garage height... What is the other car you plan to store?

    I can get some measurements for you if that would be helpful.

    Mine is a Quality brand 4 post with a 9k lb capacity. Metal drip trays.

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    I have 9 feet 8 3/4 inches top to bottom it' tight and I have to reverse the Hellcat to get the E63 under it or I'm 2" short
    The prowler and Vette on top make for lots of room under

    The only thing I don't like are the ramps, I don't have the length to keep them on, I've been thinkin of designing some self folding ramps myself, winter project drive car now.
     
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    We have both. Like was said earlier - 4-post for storage, 2-post for work. We haven't laid on the floor since installation. Plus, much easier to detail a car without having to bend over...and we can detail the underneath and suspensions of the old Mopars.
     
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