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I bought another home and finally got my 3-car garage so I no longer need my 4-post lift. Lift also has heavy duty casters to use when you want to move it around. It is about 3 years old and in perfect shape. For $500.00 you can come and take it away.
Lift is located in Orlando.. I will open the garage door, but buyer must provide own labor to move it. I have owners manual with all assembly instructions.
Damn... I'd be all over that if u were in Houston!
Thanks, certainly a great deal and I kind of hate to part with it, but I will eventually be leasing the house it is located in and don't want the hassle or liability of a tenant damaging their vehicles or themselves with it.
How hard is it to break that thing down to get it on a trailer? I have a buddy that might make the road trip for it.
I never had to do it, but I can say that the lift does not come in very many pieces so mechanically it's not that hard. The issue is having the buddies to pick-up and load the heavy pieces. It's a 3 or 4 man job to do it comfortably.
Same lift that I have....I love it. I put it back together by myself once it was in my garage. Just took a little ingenuity. When you take it apart, mark/number the pieces and take photos...Its not too difficult.
Sorry man, but I already talked to Newman and he said he was on his way to buy it before I got back online and saw your last message saying you decided to make the road trip. I honestly thought it was a long shot that you would decide to come from TX to buy it.
Newman just gave me a deposit and will return to pick it up later so it's been sold. Again, I apologize..