Re: {Chrysler 300} Lift advice
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Re: {Chrysler 300} Lift advice



have had difficulty with wheel parts on that carriage  bending trying to move with a car on it , car down low obviously , but not drivable . 
we reweldrd the “ lifter” to add reinforcing brsces  , casters not happy but you can move it 
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On Nov 28, 2023, at 10:13 PM, Nick Taylor <nicksgaragesd@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:


They are easy to move around without a car on it. Even used one as a scaffold when we put in the two-post lift. The maker of mine says not to do it with a car on it.

On Tue, Nov 28, 2023, 3:44 PM Scott T <scotttaylorsc@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
  For those of you with four post lifts that are not bolted down, how hard are they to move around?  Can one person do it? 
  We have a new three car garage at the house and I’m considering a couple of four post ones for storage… most likely with Chryslers on the ground and something lighter up top.  
  I want something with an electric lift, would prefer no air but have air available if needed.  Thinking about two, four post models but I’d like to not bolt them down if possible.  

Scott 

On Mon, Nov 27, 2023 at 8:31 PM Tom Wilburn <tomwilburn1@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
I want to purchase a lift, and would appreciate advice.

While my preference would be an asymmetric chassis lift for maximum accessibility, I also want to use the lift for car storage.

So, I think that means a “drive on lift”, with accessories to allow wheel removal etc.

Any recommendations? 

I have no restrictions as this will be new construction.

Tom

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