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Requires a minimum of 4" of concrete with 3000 psi.
All lifts come with a step by step instruction manual.
The electric motor for the power unit requires 220 Volt (single phase) 60 Hz (+/- 5%, so 209-231 volts). We recommend using at least a 10 gauge (grounded) wire from the electrical panel. The power unit may or may not have a short pigtail (no plug) that can be wired to either an optional quick disconnect box (mounted on the lift column) or to a male/female plug combination. It is imperative that the lift’s power supply can be disconnected quickly in case of an emergency. Electric motor switches can fail for a variety of reasons. E.G.: abuse….wear…moisture.
If the electric switch would become compromised and the power supply to the lift needed to be disconnected immediately, a quick disconnect box or a male/female electrical plug combination will allow the operator to disconnect the power from the lift.
A 30 amp breaker is required for 220V.
Electrical switches do not last forever and many times do not give an indication of possible failure. Use common sense and make sure that you can disconnect the main power supply to your lift if needed.
Do this before you put a vehicle on your lift.
NO…but YES. Most lifts have only one column that can be used to mount the power unit. This column has the mounting bracket. Make sure that you install that specific column on the side where you want to locate the power unit.
Ceiling height an issue? Learn how to make an Atlas 2-post overhead lift "shorter" than the factory's recommended height.
A checklist of things that you should know and do before you purchase a lift.
Learn how a 2-post above ground lift works.
Find out how you can destroy your 2 post by not using it properly.
View the comparison between 2-post car lifts and 4-post car lifts.
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2 Post 9000 Lbs Lift by The Tire Shop - verified purchaser
Ive been using this lift for 4 years now. I have not had any issues. great lift.
GREAT LIFT by roketengineer - verified purchaser
I bought this lift (or similar PV9PX) from Greg Smith Equip in Atlanta, GA. I chose this over the 90HSC as the arms were so much thicker and just seemed much more beefed up for a 9k lift. I have had a suburban (5.5k lbs) on this lift with no problems. I would recommend making sure your concrete is good but I have mine on concrete just shy of 4" with great results. Mainly I am a hobbyist, with a Chevelle so being able to restore this car has been easy with this lift. I love it and I wish that I would have pulled the trigger sooner. Obviously an argument can be made for a Bendpak lift, but I have seen them up close and this one is built just like a bendpak. I fell in love with the direct drive form of lift and this is what it is. So great! Oh yeah, if you live near a GSE store, just go and pick it up..... They take like $300 off the retail price plus they give you a oil drain that you can use under your hoist!
Great lift for the money! Beats major competitors! by Speed shop
Bought two of these lifts for my speed shop and they have been lovely, I installed them with my brother and tested them with my 8300lb truck for their first lifts. Not one hiccup. Highly recommended if your looking at more expensive competitors lift take a look at this one I've worked with rotary and bendpack for years and to be honest like my atlas better!
reservoir tank placement by problem solver
very please with the atlas pv9px lift. do not understand why they do not move the reservoir tank when they know it can be damage by the lift arm. would not take much to reposition it.