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    Can any one suggest Automotive Car Lift?

    I am still trying to find the best value in a car lift. My garage is crowed with three cars and a wood working shop. I want to put a car in the air so that I can get it out of the way and work on them easier. There are a lot of hobby lifts out there but some are not worth the effort. "Back Yard Buddy" seems to be the best but it is also expensive. Any Suggestions are highly being appreciated.
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    AllAmericanLifts.com

    It is the collar over post design like the backyard buddy, but no powder coat and lower cost. The powder coat was a compromise I was willing to make, but the safety of the collar-over-post design was not. Call Earl and tell him Bob in Madison, AL sent you.

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    I'm building a new house next year, Casa de Goat, with a lift in the garage.
    I'm going with American Custom Lift's ACP-7SUV.

    http://www.aclifts.com/parking/acp-7000.asp

    I like the 6'5" clearance under the lift and the 99" (8'3") width between posts.
    A full size GM pick-up is about 7'11" mirror tip to mirror tip.

    The last time I talked to them the were somewhere around $6k.
    I'm big on buying American... when I can.
    ACL carrys an economy line, made in China.

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