I'm getting close to buying a Rotary lift this summer. www.rotary-lift.com
is their url. They have several 2 post style lifts for hoisting cars to
work on them. Since you own an MG, you must not have many occasions to work
on your car. <g> A friend of mine has a Rotary 2 post lift at his house and
he likes it. I can't say as I know anybody who has a hoist in their home
shop and doesn't like it.
If you want a 4 post lift you can easily drive a car onto to provide more
parking, you might look into AutoLifters. They advertise in Hemmings and
they have pretty reasonable prices. It looks like Rotary's lightest 4 post
lift could heft about 6 MGs, and might cost more than you'd like to spend.
I don't know if either place can ship to Canada. Also make sure you have
enough electrical power in your garage to run whatever you get -- most lifts
are 220 (single phase) and need some pretty high current -- 25 or 30 amps.
I know AutoLifters makes one of their smallest 2 post lifts in 110v, and all
you give up is a little bit of lifting speed.
If anybody wants to tell me anything about either Rotary or Northwest Sales
Group (their Seattle area dealer) before I make this investment, please do.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Trevor Boicey [SMTP:firstname.lastname@example.org]
> Sent: Tuesday, June 09, 1998 12:02 AM
> To: email@example.com
> Subject: Lifts
> Is there a good car lift FAQ out there?
> I'm really looking for a stacker more than a lift, something
> that would allow me to cram one more car into my small garage.
> Price is of course a big point, I can't spent $4000 to lift
> a $2000 car.
> Any tips/ideas/experience?
> (or lifts for sale!)
> Trevor Boicey, Ottawa, Canada.
> firstname.lastname@example.org, http://www.brit.ca/~tboicey/
> [ Seeking some miscellaneous MG parts, see the list on the web page... ]