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Do you have Greg Smiths contact info.?
https://www.gregsmithequipment.com/
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If you are 6 ft tall consider the EXT version. It has the same foot print as the std lift, but can get 79 inches clear underneath. I had the std height lift and constantly had to watch that I didn’t hit my head!
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We have been using the Titan lift my son won at MCACN for several years now with no issues.

https://titanlifts.com/

Mostly for storage but just used it to remove/reinstall the engine/trans in the 409
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We have a Quality 4 post. It’s great because of its compact size. Fits in smaller garages but gives you the same versatility and function of a larger unit. Was $3600 installed I believe.

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I found a great deal on a 9000 lb. Bendpak that included the hydraulic jack, casters, and 220 volt motor for $1,600. Guy wanted to redo his garage and had $$ to burn, I guess. Was a bit of a hassle to move, but it was such a good deal I bought it, even though I had just sold my 69 Z and really didn't need it.



RPOLS3, you said that you used your lift to remove the engine? I have been trying to figure out how to do that with an engine hoist and the car still on the ramps. How did you remove the engine on the lift?
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RPOLS3, you said that you used your lift to remove the engine? I have been trying to figure out how to do that with an engine hoist and the car still on the ramps. How did you remove the engine on the lift?
We just used the lift for the undercar work/trans install, we moved the car off the lift into an adjacent spot in the garage for the actual removal and re-installation of the engine. Sorry for the confusion.
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