Some people are content with a car that looks sleek while some seek the maximum amount of power possible beneath the hood. Some are focused on technical features that make the experience easier and others look for a ride suitable for tough terrain.
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Alignment Lifts Provide A Variety of Specifications For Any Job
Proper positioning and upkeep of components which are important to steering and stability is an important aspect of vehicle maintenance. Even if one understands how to make these adjustments, it is important to be able to work on many different types of vehicles. Our diverse variety of alignment lift racks covers almost every variation of specs on the market. Our website details the capacity and column height of each unit as well as the length and width of both the runway and overall unit. Power requirements and motor information is also listed so you can be exactly sure that the unit in question will fit your needs.
Power, Control and, Versatility in Each Unit
While some units excel more than others in different categories, each has an impressive list of specifications. Even the units designed to hold 27,000 pounds feature adjustable plates to allow an operation to be approached from a variety of angles. These alignment lift racks are made to be versatile and fit any job.
Safe, Storable, and Perfect For Businesses
Made with safety in mind, these units come with features tested to provide stability and sturdiness on even the largest projects. The collapsible and storable parts make for a unit that will provide a large output while taking up minimal space in any garage or busy vehicle business. These alignment lifts are made with high-quality work in mind.
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Frequently Asked Questions
What is an alignment lift?
Alignment lifts are specially designed vehicle lifts that allow the mechanic, or alignment tech greater accessibility to suspension components to properly align your vehicle’s axles, tires and ensure the steering wheel is straight. Complex wheel alignments can be a bit more difficult on a standard vehicle lift. Many alignment lifts have non-resistant, free-floating front turn plates, rear slip plates, and are guaranteed to maintain and assist in accuracy for exceptional alignment results.
How does an alignment lift differ from others?
The most noticeable difference between standard and alignment lifts are the included turntables used to help complete alignments with an alignment machine system.
Where are alignment lifts used?
Alignment lifts are found and used in professional, licensed alignment mechanics or technician shops or businesses.