[Healeys] two post lift for lifting Healey (and other family cars)
rchaskell at earthlink.net
Sat Jun 9 06:11:25 MDT 2018
I have a four post lift that I use for our tri-carb. It has the
hydraulic jack that rests on the rails. It's too wide to clear the
exhaust system, so I just use it for lifting the front of the car. At
the rear, I bought a air bag jack that sits in the jack tray that came
with the lift. Obviously, not as stable as the scissors jack in the front.
New garage? Size it so you can have one of each. And a paint booth,
machine shop, bathroom, etc. :)
AHCA 3000 MkI registrar
On 06/08/2018 10:16 PM, Richard Collins wrote:
> I suggest a 4 poster V a 2 post. With the 4 post add a hydraulic jack accessory on the inside rails and voila, handle you Healey and F150 rather then dealing with the arms of the 2 poster.also storing on a 2 post not recommended due to " hanging weight on suspension
> Richard C
>> On Jun 8, 2018, at 8:51 AM, David Masucci <drmasucci at comcast.net> wrote:
>> Hi All,
>> I am having a new house built along with a proper garage of course. I plan to install a two post (I think) lift to do maintanance on my family cars including of course the Healey.
>> As our cars sit rather low by today’s standards, I’m not sure what’s the best choice. I would like to be able to lift the Healey, as well as my 95 Chevy pickup, and our Chevy Equinox.
>> Does anyone have any suggestions or guidance?
>> Thanks as always!
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