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1975TR6 Phillip Bridger
Calgary, Alberta, Canada   CAN
I wanted to give a shout-out to the EZ-Carlift I purchased and used over the winter a lot. I'm not comparing it to any other type of lift I just want to relay my experience with this specific one.

It's a solid piece of engineering and the TR was very sturdy while on it.
It was easy to assemble and up and down time using an 8amp drill was not an issue.
Moving it around on the castors was like a puck on ice and since it was sized for the TR6 it just slipped under it.
There was a surprising amount of work space under the TR and no area was inaccessable.
I never had needed to fully extended to the 26" allowed.
Nice to work on the engine while not bent over.
Folds up nicely and out of the way.

Another nice investment that I am happy about.

Phill

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Midgnuts Dean Webb
Medford,, OR, USA   USA
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alexwoof Roger Bean
marquette, michigan, USA   USA
What's the cost?

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Triumphgt6er Jim Snell
Cave Creek, Arizona, USA   USA
1974 Triumph TR6 "Bubbles"
In reply to # 1362768 by alexwoof What's the cost?

http://ezcarlift.com

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Midgnuts Dean Webb
Medford,, OR, USA   USA
Roger
PM sent
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yycdave Dave More
Calgary, AB, Canada   CAN
1976 Triumph TR6 "Miles"
Phill, were you able to source this in Canada or did you have to bring it across the line?



Cheers,
Dave

76 CF58310UO

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1975TR6 Phillip Bridger
Calgary, Alberta, Canada   CAN
Dave

No Canadian distributor. They are made in California. I ordered mine and there was no issues and received it in about a week. Great help on the phone or email from this company for questions you may have.

Phill

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cmgmg Michael Garrido
New York, New York, USA   USA
I've been looking (dreaming) for this but the EZ Lift at almost $1900 is a lot compared to Titan lift:

https://excel-equipment.com/titan-6-000-lb-mid-rise-scissor-lift.html?utm_source=adwords&utm_medium=cpc&utm_campaign=Excel%20Shopping&gclid=COilstXTmMwCFZNZhgodDywM4Q

It can go up to 60 inch and doesn't need a separate drill. Has anyone compared this with the EZ Lift?

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badgertr6 mike c
manitowoc, wi, USA   USA
I have the Titan lift and love it.

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1975TR6 Phillip Bridger
Calgary, Alberta, Canada   CAN
Michael

I looked at the Titan also. The hydraulic tank and pump for me was more to worry about than a simple drill. And I may be wrong but there seems to be a lot more lift structure in the way (think of a sleeper moving under it).

Phill

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Midgnuts Dean Webb
Medford,, OR, USA   USA
Wondering how long anyone could stand stooped with your arms above your head working on a car 5 feet in the air. Rolling around under there on a creeper would not be fun either - to many things in the way. Not badmouthing other lifts - you just have to get what suits your needs best.
The lift I bought simply worked best for me with low ceiling height. Like the portability also. Just sayin.
DW

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badgertr6 mike c
manitowoc, wi, USA   USA
It is true that the Titan lift does not provide easy access for any kind of stool or creeper directly under the car. You have to step around the support structure, which can be a pain at times. It was perfectly fine for rebuilding the suspension, but changing a exhaust system would be more difficult(although much better than just using jack stands). I got mine from a dealer on Craigslist for $1400, and am very happy with it.

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