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Old September 17th, 2009, 09:39 AM
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auto repair shop equipment and car hauler for sale

guys, i am going to lease my auto sales building. i have a few things that you guys may want.

i have a heavy duty 10,000lb mohawk car/truck lift. 2 post. i purchaed this lift new last year. serviced and used very little.
if i remember correctly i think i paid around $7000.00 will sell for $5000.00

mohawk is one of the best lifts on the market. you can buy cheaper but you will not get the reliability or quality.

i also have a snap-on tire machine. turn table style. it is about 3-4yrs old. as well as a snap-on wheel balancer. i would sell these as a set. the tire changer will do up to 20" wheels. pkg price for these was about 7200.00
i will sell the pkg for $4000.00 since the balancer is a little older.

i have a large snap-on are compressor runs on 220. 209hrs with regulator and hoses/reel. that was $3800. new. i will let that go for $1800.00.

also, for sale is a new 2009 v-nose enclosed car hauler. rear ramp and side door. never titled, used 1-time! on the mfg mso. msrp is $8200.00 offers.

send me your email address if interested for pictures. thanks
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Old September 17th, 2009, 09:50 AM
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Evil, you should buy the lift.
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Old September 17th, 2009, 10:43 AM
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Nah, I want a drive on.

Here is why:

http://www.autoblog.com/2007/01/30/n...g-lotus-elise/
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these 2-posts are the standard. drive-ons limit what you can and can not do. change tires, brakes jobs, suspension..... must have been a newbie operating the lift.
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Old September 17th, 2009, 10:55 AM
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these 2-posts are the standard. drive-ons limit what you can and can not do. change tires, brakes jobs, suspension..... must have been a newbie operating the lift.
I agree two post lifts are nice, it is just that lotus does not happily go on a two post lift. You have to take the back tray off and then use some pretty precarious points. I like the drive ons with the built in sort of jacks on them.

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Old September 17th, 2009, 11:17 AM
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thanks ron.
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I agree two post lifts are nice, it is just that lotus does not happily go on a two post lift. You have to take the back tray off and then use some pretty precarious points. I like the drive ons with the built in sort of jacks on them.

Good luck with your sale.
I have a lotus on my 2 post as I type . It took 5 minutes to get it set up not a simple job and it has to be way forward or you will end up with a twin to the yellow one on your link .
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That picture looks like the old time, rise through the floor type, not a two post.
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Yes - That is a single cyl air over hydraulic deathtrap hoist in the lotus pic. They are illegal for new installs here as the legs don't lock and they are prone to shifting. I think a good 2 post is the cat's meow, I worked on the type of hoist Ron is describing and they suck - Always in the way, pain in the butt to get to anything, and you bang you head at least once a day.
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ron, my tech just happened to stop by the shop while i was pressure washing my boat. he said he has seen my lift with the separate ramp attachments??
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Old September 17th, 2009, 10:36 PM
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i would consider rover trades on these items. series?? wow, i thing my harpoon octberest refrig. keg is nearly tapped tonight. a bit drunk right now............................................... .......................................burp....... ......................................
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