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    Hi guys, anyone have a good recommendation on a lift? I have a 64 Impala SS resto-mod that I need room for, so I figured I'd just keep it on a lift.. I'd like someone to install in the Seattle area.

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    I just posted this morning on the Back Yard Buddy replacing my cheap Chinese steel made 4 post lift (4 post lift, take 2). It is super bomber compared to the stuff I had before. And they even offered to help line up an installer. While the cheap one I could install with a friend, the BYB needs a forklift as it is a lot more bomber.

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    Forgot to ask you last night. What's your clear height in your garage? I'm thinking a Bendpak HD-9 and add the caster kit.

    BendPak HD-9 Four Post Lift 9,000 Lb. Capacity, Standard Width

    Caster Kit

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    Someone in your area is getting a nice, pit mount lift.

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    Were you planning on using the lift just for storage or also to do some work on your vehicles? If you just wanted something for storage I would suggest a PL-6000. It is a single post lift and if it was me installing a lift in my garage I would personally like to have the extra room on the left side of the lift.

    BendPak PL-6000 Parking Lift, 6,000 Lb. Capacity Single Post

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    I have a 1post side lift storage lift. I love it, as when it's up or down, there's no posts in the way!!!




    I have 10' 5" ceilings, and have stacked numerous different car combos!!
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    That looks great, PBR ME! Exactly what I'm talking about. Who makes that lift?

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    Challenger are great lifts, just picked one up. If you need contact info pm me.

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