New 2-post lift on order

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Congratulations sir and hopefully we catch up and meet soon. I have been so swamped myself working 7 days at my GM job and my shop has been completely backed up with a waiting list to get in. I need to retire now and just focus on my shop lol I have 2 of these lifts - great company and made in USA right here in TEXAS! Excellent quality, fair prices and they always answer the phone. My 10k lift held a fully loaded F350 crew cab 4x4 with all the oil rig equipment and full Diesel Aux tanks...not sure the weight but it had to be right at 10k or a little more...went up easy. http://www.worthequipment.com/?gclid=EAIaIQobChMIh8fW272D6QIVhobACh1BlQRgEAAYASAAEgJv6fD_BwE
 
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Originally Posted by Trav
That seems like a good lift, it looks well made. The shop is looking great!
Thanks Paul.
Originally Posted by GMBoy
Congratulations sir and hopefully we catch up and meet soon. I have been so swamped myself working 7 days at my GM job and my shop has been completely backed up with a waiting list to get in. I need to retire now and just focus on my shop lol
Let me know, I've been pretty busy myself, Which I'm surprised at given recent events!
 

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Got it wired up today......There isn't room in the Contactor/Switch box for solid 10 gauge wire! It must be designed for stranded wire or even 12 gauge? No matter how a arranged the wires.....The Micro Switch would get either knocked off it's mount or Engage the Micro Switch causing the motor to run as soon as I flipped the breaker. So in true mechanic fashion....I modified it to work grin I spaced the switch button out with a Axle Bearing lock collar so the micro switch would clear the wiring! [Linked Image from i.imgur.com] [Linked Image from i.imgur.com]
 

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Update...... Been using the crap out of it, Loading it up with everything from a Mini Cooper to 3/4 ton diesel pickups.....I really like it!! It accepts shorter wheelbase vehicles better than my Rotary. Retorqued the anchors & readjusted the equalization cables yesterday.
 

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Got air plumbed over to the new lift using some 3/4" hydraulic hose, Not exactly cheap @ $280 for the 56' hose but the install was fairly easy.

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That is very cool, putting an air drop on the lift really bring the big CFM to job. I use 3/4 and 1/2 air pex on mine because of the air breathing mask/spray gun system nut I am liking the hydraulic hose for a connecting hose from compressor to drops.
 
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