2 Post Lifts

2 Post Lift Videos


The Atlas® PV-9P is a commercial grade two post lift that incorporates the same arm and carriage design as our Industry leader PV-10P. The PV-9P has symmetric columns and specially designed arms that can be set in either the symmetric or asymmetric position. The PV-9P has dual direct drive cylinders and single point lock release.
The Atlas® APEX 10 PLUS was engineered and built to offer a commercial grade above ground lift to those customers who have "fallen in love" with the Double S column design.
The Atlas® Elite 10X two post above ground lift with Super-Symmetric arms is the perfect choice for those commercial garages, tire dealers, or car dealers that need a lift with ALI/ETL third party certification, but refuse to pay the inflated prices of some other "BIG NAME" lift companies.
This video will guide you through the steps necessary to lower the height on your Atlas® Apex-10/10H two post lift.
The Atlas® LMA (lawn mower adapter) will transform most two post above ground lifts into an easy to use lawn mower lift, golf car lift, snowmobile lift, ATV lift, or a small sports car lift.
This video shows the operation of the automatic lock systems in an above ground two post lift. The two methods of unlocking the safety systems is thoroughly explained.
What is the difference between symmetric and asymmetric? Most of our customers ask that question. This video explains the difference between asymmetric arms and symmetric arms on an above ground lift.
The Atlas® PV-10P is capable of lifting a short wheel based sports car and a one ton dually with a load of pea gravel in the bed. Watch the PV-10P in action as it lifts a variety of vehicles using both the symmetric and asymmetric arm configurations.
Greg Smith Equipment has warned customers for many years that certain competitor's lifts are over rated. Watch this video to better understand what happens to a poorly made and over rated two post above ground lift. The complete testing (and ultimate failure) of this hydraulic lift is captured on film.