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Saw a very cool looking Snap-On phneumatic car lift in someone's photo galley here recently. (Portable Scissor-type on wheels). Didn't appear to lift more than perhaps 3 or 4 feet but enough for my needs. Car in gallery was LMB C6 Coupe.
Wondering if anyone else owns one for maintenance, cleaning, and/or wrenching? Also wondering how stable???
Type? model? I can't find on SnapOn's site.
Last edited by Bone Daddy; 12-29-2005 at 09:43 PM.
I saw that also Bone Daddy. My neighbor is a snap on Dealer. I mentioned it to him the other night. He said he could get one for me. If you can't find out any information on here. I will see what I can find out.
Services a wide range of cars, light trucks, and vans. Ideal for tire shops, brake and wheel alignment shops, rustproofing operations, transmission shops, and more. Power pack with 12' hose and quick-disconnect are standard. Power pack also doubles as a tow cart to provide convenient flexibility for using the lift in multiple locations.
Low drive over height allows lift to be easily positioned under a disabled vehicle.
MID RISE PLUS SCISSOR LIFT for Tire, Brake and Body work, 6,500 lb. Capcaity, automatic mechanical safeties, twin cylinders, 52 3/4" maximum working height, single piece rollformed deck, 110 V/ 1PH/ 60 Hz.
- Space-saving scissors lift raises vehicle straight up with no fore or aft movement.
- 48" lift height facilitates bodywork and tire, wheel, or brake service.
- Low 4 7/8" drive over height allows lift to be easily positioned under a disabled vehicle.
- One-piece solid deck accommodates cars, trucks, motorcycles, small engines and many large, odd-shaped parts.
- Adjustable frame contact lifting arms rotate through 360° permit lifting at any factory approved frame lift point.
- Pad style lifting with four standard lift blocks. Optional truck adaptors are available.
- Newer safety features include five-position mechanical safety, foot pedal release of safety locks and twin cylinders with flow control monitoring system.
- Oilite bushings at hinge points for maintenance free operation.
- Power pack doubles as a tow cart to enhance portability.
Bend-Pak's Low Rise Lifts - 6,000 lb. capacity auto lifts
Low Rise Lift
This is the model that started it all! With it's 6000 lb. capacity combined with durable construction, the LR-60 is Bend-Pak's most popular model. It was specifically designed to increase effieciency and help make your job easier. Whether you choose the bolt-down model LR-60, or the portable model LR-60P, (see below), you can depend on raising profits and productivity.
6,000 pound lifting capacity
Electric/hydraulic power system
Hands-free safety system
Rubber lifting blocks included
Dropped cross bar for added clearance
Heavy-duty steel channel frame
Lifting capacity 6,000 lbs
Lifting Height 26"
Lifting Time 36 Seconds
Lowered Height 4"
Max Lifting Height W/ Blocks 29"
Overall Length 82"
Overall Width 70"
Lift Pad Dimension 18" x 52"
Motor - 110/220 VAC, 60hz, 1ph
Thanks C6FIRSTVETTE. This place is great. Hey I appreciate you chiming-in with the great info and pics. You have one sweet garage setup (and two awesome whips) there Bro. I'd be scared to drop or spill something on that clean perfect floor. Kudos!
Did you have to pony-up the $4 Bills for your SnapON or were you able to find a discount somewhere? (Rep, website, etc)
Bud....very informative post esp the link you furnished.
Reid in Houston
Last edited by Bone Daddy; 12-31-2005 at 10:08 AM.
Actually I got a super deal... performance shop had the lift and used less that a year...maybe used 6 times and was in perfect condition...shop even change hydraulic fluid prior to my picking it up...deal was get it out of his shop by weekend (he was replacing with a HD four pole lift the following Monday) and it is mine for $1000... hmmm...let me think Got my son and 5 of his buddies to move...weights about 700 lbs. I would look for a used one...maybe you can run into something like I did