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2 Post Vehicle Lifts

From quick inspections to oil change to complex repairs, the versatility offered by 2 post car lifts is second to none. Considered a key tool in repair shops today, the question is not whether you need a 2-post lift, but which one do you need

Before choosing the right 2-post lift for your repair shop, first, you must make sure that it is indeed the type of car lift you need. Two-post lifts excel over other types of automotive lifts because of its working principle. They use four adjustable arms that allow the technician to secure the lift points in the vehicle. Such points are located in a way that the vehicle's center of gravity is "balanced" so the vehicle can be lifted evenly.

Given that 2-post lifts only require four contact points with the vehicle, the clearance they offer is unrivaled. That's their greatest advantage, they give you total access to the vehicle's undercarriage, which facilitates making almost any type of repair or routine maintenance. Nevertheless, that's also its major weakness. 2 Post Vehicle lifts rely on the ability of the technician to position the vehicle and the lifting points in a safe manner. This could be a time-consuming process, which is why depending on the intended usage of the lift, you may prefer considering 4-post lifts or even scissors lifts.

Not sure if this is the right type of lift for you? Do you have questions regarding how thick the concrete needs to be for a 2 post lift? Mechanic Superstore's team of experts is ready to answer all of your questions. Contact us today, and our friendly staff will help you through the process of selecting a 2 post lift that fit your needs.


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