Best Price Garage Equipment for Sale

By purchasing your garage lifts, tool boxes, tire changers, wheel balancers - and a whole slew of other garage equipment through us, you can be confident that you’re getting the best deal in town. We monitor competitor prices, and know we usually have the lowest prices. If not, and you find the exact automotive product advertised online for less by an authorized dealer—just tell us. And, we'll beat their price. It's that simple.

Let’s say you have already purchased an auto repair shop tools then find the same product nationally advertised for a lower price within 15 days. We’ll refund the difference. Note: the product must be new (not used or refurbished). And the price must include any additional charges applied such as shipping & handling.

Others in the automotive shop supply business don’t make offers this good. Some say they offer a low price guarantee that proves not to be a guarantee at all. One says that if they can't beat the other price, they'll give you a pair of gloves! What kind of guarantee is this?

We offer a real guarantee on all our garage equipment for sale.

See terms and conditions page for complete details.

See customer pictures and testimonials here.




"Hey Guys, Look at what I've got! It's my new Bend Pak XPR9 two post lift. Now I can work on my antique Chevy, along with my other cars without having to get on a creeper. Take a look at these pics."

The XPR-9 is perfect for people who have a low ceiling height. It was made specifically for those situations where you don't have enough room for the traditional clear-floor model. At 113" it will fit under most typical home garages, yet still provides a full lifting height of 73" with the shortest adapters and 79 inches with the tallest adapters. Then, if that's not enough, you can even stack the 3" adapters on top of the 6" adapters to provide a full 9" of extension. This should allow you to get around any running boards or frame members that might get in the way. Also comes complete with the standard steel pads with rubber slip on pads over it. These are the new Tuff Pads that hold up much better and wear much more slowly.

Ed Shiflett
Homestead, FL