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Thread: Group Buy on the Quikjack car lift for $995 or less

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    Quote Originally Posted by Eric Richter View Post
    Also looking at this;
    FREE SHIPPING — BendPak Portable Mid-Rise Scissor Lift — 6,000lb. Capacity, Model# MD-6XP | Scissor Lifts| Northern Tool + Equipment

    But I would have to build some ramps to get my car high enough and it weighs nearly 1000 lbs so moving it isn't really an option. It does get the car higher though.
    Why not just get this:

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    I was looking at the Maxjax myself. Problem is I have post-tension concrete slab meaning there are cables running through the slab itself so the floor needs to be imaged somehow to avoid drilling a cable when installing. I am still waiting to hear back from a local dealer if they have someone who can do the install properly. keep that in mind if looking at any lift that needs to be drilled into the slab.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Red_5 View Post
    I like that, it even has a P car on it

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    Quote Originally Posted by 03 True Blue View Post
    I was looking at the Maxjax myself. Problem is I have post-tension concrete slab meaning there are cables running through the slab itself so the floor needs to be imaged somehow to avoid drilling a cable when installing. I am still waiting to hear back from a local dealer if they have someone who can do the install properly. keep that in mind if looking at any lift that needs to be drilled into the slab.
    The Maxjax is portable, it doesn't need to be mounted to the floor

    Edit; Just watched a video on the Maxjax, you need to have it mounted to the floor but can take the bolts out when storing
    Last edited by Eric Richter; 12-30-2014 at 10:30 AM.

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    I love my QuickJack. I have thought about making a pair of wooden frames to put around the QuickJack lifts so I can just drive the car onto the lifts when I pull in from qualifying, etc. I slide the QJ under my car for trailer transport or bungee cord them standing up in the trailer.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 03 True Blue View Post
    I was looking at the Maxjax myself. Problem is I have post-tension concrete slab meaning there are cables running through the slab itself so the floor needs to be imaged somehow to avoid drilling a cable when installing. I am still waiting to hear back from a local dealer if they have someone who can do the install properly. keep that in mind if looking at any lift that needs to be drilled into the slab.
    I have a post this ion slab also and had to have my floor X ray'ed when I did a major remodel of my house. There aren't many people that do it so they are not cheap. I think it cost me ~$500 to do an area about the size of a three car garage.

    Charley

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    Charley:
    Do you still have the contact info for the people who did the work?

    Scott

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    Anyone tired of their Quickjack and want to sell it for a reasonable price?

    Thanks,
    Charley

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    [QUOTE=CharleyH;144026]Anyone tired of their Quickjack and want to sell it for a reasonable price?

    I will sell you Oli's for $500. Send me the check and I will give you the combination to the lock on his trailer for pick up. LOL
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