Specialty Vehicle Lifts
There's no question about it; if you're going to service vehicles of any kind, you'll need a lift that gets them off the floor safely and reliably. When you do roadside assistance, decide to take your shop on the road, or choose to specialize your career, such as becoming a heavy equipment mechanic, that's when you need specialty car lifts.
For more information, check out our
In-Depth Lift Comparison and our
Specialty Lift Buying Guide. And for work safety, always look for Lift Certifications.
Click on one of the manufacturer logos below to view our inventory by manufacturer:
We've collected all our specialty car lifts into one convenient place to ensure an easy browsing and shopping experience. Not only can you sort by price and brand, but also by weight and most popular. Additionally, you'll notice we display the top specialty car lift manufacturer logos at the top of the page, and by clicking each, you'll be directed to that brand's collection of specialty lifts.
In addition to a wide range of helpful browsing tools, check out our In-Depth Lift Comparison Guide and our Speciality Lift Buying Guide for more information to help you make an informed decision about our specialty car lifts.
We carry portable specialty car lifts, parallelogram lifts, scissor lifts, low and mid-rise lifts, low-rise pit lifts, single column lifts, two posts, full-rise scissors, open pits, and many, many more designed to fit any situation or mechanical need. Virtually any kind of specialty vehicle lift you may be seeking, you'll undoubtedly find it here.
We're dedicated to becoming your number one trusted source of durable, reliable, exceptionally made specialty car lifts online today. With over 80 years of combined experience in the automotive industry, we have unique knowledge and understanding of our customers' needs. Serving our customers around the country is our number one priority, which is why we always provide the most competitive prices and a wide array of budgetary solutions for everyone.
Are you looking for information about life safety and certification? We've got you covered. Make sure to check out our article Lift Certification – What Does It Mean? This is a helpful resource where we share our expert knowledge on specialty car lifts to guarantee the best possible lift for you.
Would you love to know more about these specialty lifts or our products? Please feel free to reach out and contact us. You can call us toll-free at 855-275-5141. It would be our pleasure to assist you.
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Frequently Asked Questions
What is the best specialty car lifts?
The top-quality specialty car lifts rated both by consumer affairs and experienced mechanics across the country are Atlas, AMGO, Auto Lift, BendPak, Challenger Lifts, Chassis Liner, iDeal, Norco, and SVI INC.
How much does it cost to install a specialty car lift?
Cost of installation will be affected by a few things:
- Car lift type
- How it needs to be installed
- Garage width and garage or shop flooring
- Garage or shop clearance/ceiling height
- Necessary power or accessories to run the lift properly
As a home mechanic or DIY, there is the option to go portable which generally doesn't require any, if much, installation. For 2 and 4 post specialty lifts, you will need a garage that can both accommodate the size of the lift and the items needed to install it properly and safely.
On average, the general starting price for specialty car lift installation begins at $800, adding lift kit or equipment to the garage door itself, about $700 and anchoring to your garage floor, $250.
Electrical work and a compressor may not be required depending on the model of the specialty lift you are looking to purchase, but if necessary to the model, then those expenses will need to be factored in as well.
How high does a garage have to be for a lift?
In general, the car lift should fit into one bay space, so it is optimal to have at least 11 to 12 feet of clearance height at a minimum.