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SrCsTc 04-20-2002 08:12 PM

What is this and where can I get one??
 
http://g2.roadfly.org/gallery/photos...-2002/6881.jpg

B 04-20-2002 08:15 PM

That is pretty awesome! Beats my hydraulic jack and jack stands any day!

31st330i 04-20-2002 08:16 PM

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Originally posted by B
That is pretty awesome! Beats my hydraulic jack and jack stands any day!
actually, it does NOT. you can't remove the wheels.

31st330i 04-20-2002 08:19 PM

a coworker bought one of those. it's a kwiklift.
http://www.kwiklift.com/

I'd rather get one of these, though:
http://www.ultimategarage.com/acjacks.html

by the way... my friend lowers his kwiklift completely when not in use and he parks his Z06 vette on it.

B 04-20-2002 08:20 PM

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Originally posted by 31st330i


actually, it does NOT. you can't remove the wheels.


Good point... but I didn't swap my wheels once yet, even though I have stock alloys with snows on them. Winter was mild this year.

SrCsTc 04-20-2002 09:15 PM

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Originally posted by 31st330i
I'd rather get one of these, though:
http://www.ultimategarage.com/acjacks.html

That's a nice...I want one of those.

nate328Ci 04-20-2002 09:32 PM

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Originally posted by B



Good point... but I didn't swap my wheels once yet, even though I have stock alloys with snows on them. Winter was mild this year.

Yea, but if you need to do brake and suspension work, the wheels need to come off...

A hydrolic lift is ideal :yikes:

56chev 04-21-2002 10:21 AM

Actually, you can remove the wheels and tires.
Check out what they call the "bridge"


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