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New 2 Post Lift Question (Twin Busch)

 
Old 07-11-2019, 01:51 PM
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Does anyone have or know of anyone who has a "Twin Busch" 2 Post Lift? Built in Germany, with major dealer on the west coast. The price is very reasonable and watching the assembly instructions it appears to be a very well engineered lift, as you would expect a product from Germany to be. Very impressive on 1st blush.

https://www.twinbusch.com

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Old 07-11-2019, 02:09 PM
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I think the company is in Germany but the manufacturing point is China. Not that that's a concern. That lift almost looks like a dead ringer for one of my two post hoists. Team Lift, made in Texas. No longer in business. It's a stout lift.
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Thanks Mike. I did find out after making my post that is it German design, but China built. Looks nice but I need to do more research.

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Old 07-12-2019, 12:36 PM
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You're not getting much help. Do some research on that pump/power supply they provide. Compare it to the more expensive US made lifts. Just a thought.
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Thanks Mike. I think these are relatively new to the market. Haven't ready and bad post and one or two who own like them a lot. Doing more research.
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Not a 2 post, but I picked up a Twin Busch scissor lift a couple of months ago to make my LS3/TKO swap go easier, and I love it. Excellent design, and very well made. I couldn't be any happier. In my experience they also have great customer service. I had minor shipping damage (electrical connector), and they got parts out to me the same day. Only negative is there may be a substantial waiting list to get one, but they may have caught up on orders by now.
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Thanks 65YJ. Nice car! I still need to call them to make sure the concrete in my garage will support the posts.
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