[Healeys] Lift for Healeys

Richard Collins gonnagitcha90 at hotmail.com
Sat Oct 13 17:47:20 MDT 2018

I use a Revolutionary 4 post for work on my BN7 and storage. The 2 post causes the suspension to hang and is not good for storage. Also the 4poster has drip pans which helps protect the cars below. Quick Jacks are also convenient if your garage isn’t high or long enough for a 4 poster. I would only get a two post as my second lift.

Richard C

> On Oct 13, 2018, at 11:20 AM, Bob Spidell <bspidell at comcast.net> wrote:
> Folks,
> I need to get a lift in order to get under the various vehicles I now have to maintain for myself and my mother (and bury the not-to-code and ridiculously dangerous grease pit my dad installed many years ago).  In watching all the various car shows, it seems the two-post variety is the most popular, but the drive-on four-post might be the most convenient (except when you need to remove the wheels, obviously, or raise one of the tractors).  So, I'm leaning toward the 2-post--any and all suggestions on brand (American-made preferred) and size accepted--but I'm concerned about supporting a Big Healey at four points on their famously flimsy chassis rails.  What are you all using?  Any issues lifting a Healey by the chassis (assuming it's not fully swiss-cheesed)?
> Thanks,
> Bob
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