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08-24-2012 09:22 PM
35prog I have an atlas brand 6000 lbs. Was cheaper than the bend pak at the time. Mine will lift 54 in. but are now avail with 62". I do only bodywork and would not be without it.
08-10-2012 09:07 PM
jsaw I have one, I don't do much body work, but it would probably be good for that. It is great for tire & brake work. I also use it for oil changes & some undercar work. Access under the vehicle is limited somewhat, but I have a creeper seat that I use to roll under it, I am satisfied with mine
08-10-2012 08:20 AM
Mid Rise Lifts

Just wanted to know if any of u guys are using one of these for body work or tire related jobs.Been looking at a Bend Pak but hadnt seen any of them at work.I think it would b a good investment jus wanted to hear from someone that has one

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