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Tilting Car Lift / TCL3000 / Autolift3000UK

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    Tilting Car Lift / TCL3000 / Autolift3000UK


    First time I've ever seen this type of manual "lift", ads for it have been following me around for the past 2 weeks. Absolutely NOT worth it at some of the advertised prices of $1300, or even $500, but i'm almost considering trying it out for the sale price of $50.



    ad web site: https://www.yahoospcg.com/products/t...41626804564849

    SO what are NESR thoughts? Piece O Shit or worth $50?!? Obviously no substitute for a full on lift, but if it works as advertised I could see use for it.

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    Re: Tilting Car Lift / TCL3000 / Autolift3000UK

    The teeter totter effect would worry me. Especially when hitting with a BFH or breaker bar to loosen NE rusted bolts
    Only 1 point of safety ? The pin? Idk I'd like a couple more
    Quite happy with my quicklift

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    Re: Tilting Car Lift / TCL3000 / Autolift3000UK

    Besides the teeter-totter danger factor, it looks awfully spindly for American cars that weigh close to 2 tons or more. I'll stick with ramps and jack stands....or drive to work and use a real lift.

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    Re: Tilting Car Lift / TCL3000 / Autolift3000UK

    All you gain is easy access to exhaust and suspension work. I suppose you could do fluid changes with careful pan placement, but that is easy enough with just jacks and ramps. Don't forget you will need dedicated space to store it.

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    Re: Tilting Car Lift / TCL3000 / Autolift3000UK

    I'd trust it for my 1050 lb UTV

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    Re: Tilting Car Lift / TCL3000 / Autolift3000UK

    Quote Originally Posted by FriskyDingo View Post
    ad web site: https://www.yahoospcg.com/products/t...41626804564849

    SO what are NESR thoughts? Piece O Shit or worth $50?!? Obviously no substitute for a full on lift, but if it works as advertised I could see use for it.
    https://www.scamdoc.com/view/619973

    lot of unhappy campers in the comments

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