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  1. #81
    Join Date
    Mar 2015
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    FL
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    I have the Max Jax in my two car 8.5' ceiling garage.


    My Dad has three 4-posts.
    After using the two post, Ideally you'd have at least one of each depending on what maintenance task you're performing.
    -Mitch
    G8 GXP, White Hot, Auto, bone stock
    68 Firebird, 428 Pontiac, CNC'd KRE Al d-ports, hyd roller, EFI, TKO600, TCI Eng complete chassis, Ridetech, Kore3 C6Z brakes, C5Z 18" with 315 rivals x4, C6zr1 mufflers
    RRR, NASA HPDE https://youtu.be/DPp1l9-FuNE

  2. #82
    Join Date
    Sep 2015
    Location
    Rockvale TN
    Posts
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    Two post sure made a difference to this old body...


  3. #83
    Join Date
    Apr 2012
    Location
    Richmond, Texas
    Posts
    172
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    Bendpak 2 post. BEST $2500 I ever spent!
    My '67 Nova Build Thread http://www.stevesnovasite.com/forums...d.php?t=218954

    '73 TA build. @projectarrowhead73

  4. #84
    Join Date
    Nov 2012
    Location
    Pensacola Florida
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    I'd love a two-post but I think my ceilings are only a shade over 10ft which limits my vertical space. I also really like the portable aspect of the maxjax setup. It would be nice to have that area open when you don't need a lift. It sure will be nice to have the 30x30 shop though......lift or not!
    Bill(THE Batman) Davis
    70 Camaro 383/700r4 no place to hide
    1966 Buick Special cheaper than a chevelle but just as fun!
    2019 ZL1/1LE track day missile
    I live my life one jackstand at a time!

  5. #85
    Join Date
    Nov 2010
    Location
    orlando fl
    Posts
    364
    One question I have is ...I just installed subframe connectors on my 77 TA...I'v been lifting the car happily with my maxjax for awhile now .... But now with the connectors on ...there is about a 2 inch differance in where the front arms will make contact with the body and where the rear will contact the connectors as that will have to be my new lift point....what is the proper way I should lift the car with this issue? Obviously a spacer on the front arms but do they sell these? Is there something I should use or make? Thanks!

  6. #86
    Join Date
    Sep 2015
    Location
    Rockvale TN
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    410
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    Quote Originally Posted by yellow1098 View Post
    One question I have is ...I just installed subframe connectors on my 77 TA...I'v been lifting the car happily with my maxjax for awhile now .... But now with the connectors on ...there is about a 2 inch differance in where the front arms will make contact with the body and where the rear will contact the connectors as that will have to be my new lift point....what is the proper way I should lift the car with this issue? Obviously a spacer on the front arms but do they sell these? Is there something I should use or make? Thanks!
    Most have threaded/adjustable pads on the arms...there are adapters usually available for extreme instances. See image above.

  7. #87
    Join Date
    Oct 2009
    Posts
    14
    Getting her off the trailer...solo!. Its a 800 LB. Atlas. purchased in 2009 from Greg Smith Lifts, Home Garage/Non Industrial.



    All setup...


    Still going strong 10 years later...






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