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  • Tuxedo TP9KAC-Tux 2 post clear floor car lift

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    Tuxedo TP9KAC-Tux 2 post clear floor car lift

    Tuxedo TP9KAC-TUX

    Original price was: $2,429.00.Current price is: $2,206.00. Add to cart
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    Tuxedo TP9KAC-Tux 2 post clear floor car lift

    Tuxedo TP9KAC-TUX-FF

    Original price was: $3,229.00.Current price is: $2,676.00. Add to cart
  • Tuxedo TP9KF-Tux 2 post clear floor rear view car lift

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    KaTool H100 10,000 lb. floor plate car lift

    KaTool H100

    $2,899.00 Add to cart
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    KaTool M100 2 post clear floor 10K symmetric car lift

    KaTool M110

    $3,099.00 Add to cart
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    KT-M1200 12,000 lb. capacity two post clear floor lift

    KaTool M120

    $3,399.00 Add to cart
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    Tuxedo TP9KF-Tux 2 post car lift with red charger.

    Tuxedo TP9KF-TUX

    Original price was: $2,395.00.Current price is: $2,176.00. Add to cart
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    Tuxedo TP9KF-Tux Car Lift

    Tuxedo TP9KF-TUX-FF

    Original price was: $3,195.00.Current price is: $2,647.00. Add to cart
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    Hy-Pro HPTP9KFX 2 post car lift rated for 9,000 lbs. Floor plate design for low ceiling clearance installation.

    Hy-Pro HPTP9KFX

    Original price was: $2,411.00.Current price is: $2,343.00. Add to cart
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    Tuxedo TP9KFX 2 post floor plate car lift

    Tuxedo TP9KFX

    $3,211.00 Add to cart
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    Hy-Pro HPTP9KACX 2 post clear floor car lift. 9,000 lb. capacity with asymmetric lift arms.

    Hy-Pro HPTP9KACX

    Original price was: $2,471.00.Current price is: $2,405.00. Add to cart
AMGO® OH-10 2 post lift

AMGO® OH-10 2 Post Lift

Our Two Post Lift category includes several amazing brands that offer fantastic quality at exceptional prices.  There are a few variations to consider when selecting a 2 post car lift.  Some questions you should ask:

  • What ceiling height limits do you have?
  • Do you have in floor heat and if so, do you know where those lines run?
  • What’s your concrete quality like? Is it level, crack free? How thick is it?
  • What types of vehicles do you plan to use your lift with?
  • What kind of automotive service work do you plan to do?

Answer these basic questions, will go a long way in helping you decide which lift and what style fits your needs.  For example, some guys might just want a car lift to do basic oil changes and tire rotations on sedans, coupes, or hatchbacks.  You’d be hard pressed to need more than a 9K pound capacity lift for those types of vehicles.  Plus, if you don’t plan to drop a transmission or oil pain, a floor plate style lift is usually easier to install than a clear floor lift.  For more help in deciding which lift is right for you, be sure to follow our Automotive Equipment Blog where we get down and dirty on features and benefits of differing lift models and brands.