This is a great deal for all new customers. All you need to do is just sign up for our monthly email specials mailing list, and get a coupon for $100 off your first order over $2000, or get a $50 coupon for your first order valued from $1000 up to $1999. It's that simple.
Not to be combined with any other offers or special deals. Good for new purchases only. Not good for past purchases. One coupon per customer. Contact us for details.
Our Monthly special email is only sent out once a month, offering special deals on some of our most popular automotive shop equipment. We will not share your email address with anybody else. The only correspondence you will receive from us is the deals by email, which will include offers for various products and garage equipment and tools that are on sale for a limited time.
The email specials may also include special industry information and news articles related to the automotive industry, as well as information about our company, including customer pictures and testimonials and videos as well.
Trust us, you'll be glad you signed up!
One coupon per item. Free shipping applies to contiguous 48 US states. Call us for shipping charges elsewhere.
Can not be combined with any other specials or promotions.
*Ranger QuickJack Lifts, and Dannmar products that have MRP or MAP pricing policies are excluded from coupon promotions.
"The ceiling height is 10 ft. And both cars fit fine. The lift quality is excellent and the clean design is great. At 5'8", working on the bottom of my Healey is a comfortable stand up job. My F-150 fits fine. A few of my neighbors may want one now."
As you can see by this picture, you don't need a lot of space to be able to store one car above another. Of course, the vehicle sizes will matter, as well as how high the garage door track runs. We have a simple formula here to determine how high you need the ceiling to be. Just add the height of both automobiles together. Then add 10 more inches to that figure. That is how high your ceiling must be at a minimum in order for those specific cars to fit one over another. As you can see, people will fit these into some pretty tight spaces. Notice how he parked the top auto on the lift backwards, so that the lower hood area would lie underneath the garage door track with just inches to spare. Necessity is the mother of invention.