A link to it please.
Put it together today, easy peasy. It is actually an electric/hydraulic combo, 5k lb capacity. Stout enough to lift my Jeep. This is the GTI up in the air during the first test.
Dang. Just missed by 1,000 lbs. My '02 F-350 Crew diesel is 8,000 lbs empty. Looks like their heaviest model is a 7K. But the price really climbs accordingly. That's a beautiful piece of equipment though 46'er.The QuickJack is a portable car lift that's perfect for your home garage or shop. This garage lift makes all your vehicle maintenance simple and convenient.www.quickjack.com
It looks like this one may not go as high, but a rolling stool would be very useful to have and would bring components into easy reach without bending over. Other than limited lift height, the major drawback you should be aware of, is that you really cannot access anything under the center of the car.
I have all the little helpful things, some not so much. I've been restoring LBC's for over 30 years. The height of this one is perfect for what I need to do, and the Jeep will even fit without hitting the garage door. The height is somewhat adjustable with the lift blocks that are supplied with it. The GTI uses the ones for pinch welds. The entire center of the car is wide open front to back and if you need to do something along the sides between the wheels you just change the location to side to side vs front to back for the 2 lift ramps, but there is not much except the rocker panels in that area. I would have bought one sooner but it would not work on the Jag I had. It should also come in handy working on the lawn mower and snow blower. Time will tell. I'll be putting the MG on it soon to install the new exhaust.
Please post pics when you do the MG. I still miss mine.