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Old 02-02-2011, 12:47 PM
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Lifts for the garage

Ok guys I have an 08 F250 that has the super crew cap with the short bed. I will also being using this for my mustang, and other vehicles. So what for lift do you guys use and what size? Pro's and Con's of each please!!!

Been looking at Rotary, Bend, Challenger, and a few others. I have the room in the garage and 14' ceiling height. I'm thinking new but used does have me curious to save some $$$
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Old 02-18-2011, 10:28 AM
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No one has a lift in the garage?
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Bend pack..12k..
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We had a bend pak 4 post at the shop, but it couldn't begin to lift my truck or the dodge. It was probably 8k or something.
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I have both a Bend pak 2 post 10k and a 12k, either will pickup 8k without any problems..as they should...love the 12k..safe!!!
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We've got a Challenger 10K. It'll lift my truck no problem, the motor does grunt tho.
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