Cartar Mobile Hoist -- Power Point presentation
This is the new generation of Mobile Car lifts for the workshop and Auto
Body Shops. Time is Money, Lift and move your damaged cars easily and
safely through your workshop. Powered by Air/hyd, no electrics, use inside
3 Good reasons why you should have a Cartar Mobile Lift or Cartar Econo
If your work is a Toyota, Ford, Mazda, Honda, Merc Benz, Porsche, Chrysler,
GM, BMW, Audi, VW, Jaguar, Seat, Citroen or a Mitsubishi this is the Hoist
1/ Get the trademen off the cold concrete and into a comfortable working
2/ Provide a system for moving the damaged cars around your workshop in a
safe and cost effective way. From start of repair to finish.
3/ Replace a couple of your coventional lifts for a Cartar Mobile lift or
a Cartar Econo Lift and open up your workshop Floor.
Great space saver. If you dont have a Cartar Mobile Lift - Why Not?
Great Idea for lifting a car
Here is an outstanding idea for lifting and working safely under any
automobile. This Lift Stands is made to be used with any type of floor
jack, and they do not get in the way like jack stands do. They are great to
use for doing any type of work under the car or simply changing the motor
oil. Bigger guys that need the extra room will love them. Lift Stands also
can be used at car shows for displaying your car. I also like using them
when doing body work for a more comfortable position when working on a side
Teeter-Totter Car Hoist
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"It works perfectly. If I were going to build another one I wouldn't change
a thing," says Bruce Ogram, Elmira, Ontario who built an ingenious "teeter
totter" drive-up ramp for car and truck maintenance that does the job of
expensive hydraulic hoists but has the advantage of total portability.
Ogram wanted to work under cars and trucks but he didn't have a good
spot to build a permanent ramp. Also, he wanted to use the ramp to clean
the undersides of vehicles with a high pressure washer and then to apply
undercoating, and he wanted to be able to do that messy work in an
The unique "teeter totter" ramp he built is 30 ft. long and pivots at a
point 17 ft. from the lower ramp end. The car or truck drives up the ramps,
made out of 10-in. wide I-beams, and when it passes the pivot point it
over-balances the ramp and drops it to the ground. The fall of the ramp is
cushioned by 20-in. truck tires. When the vehicle backs off, the rear end
drops to the ground, also cushioned by tires.
"There's only a mild bump when it drops to the ground because if you
drive slowly across the pivot point it'll drop slowly. The tires help
cushion it as does the suspension system of the vehicle," says Ogram.
One of the I-beam tracks is anchored solidly to the ramp frame while
the other track slides back and forth to fit varying wheel spacings. It'll
narrow up enough to accommodate a garden tractor.
The main support legs are made from 61/ 2 by 8 by 3/8-in. H-beam. The
top end legs are made from 2 1/2 by 10-in. channel iron. Bracing consists
of 2-in. dia. pipe with flattened ends welded to the legs with 1/4-in.
thick flat iron gussets. On the left side as you drive up the ramp there's
a 2 by 6-ft. catwalk and ,,a ladder that swings out to dismount from the
When a vehicle is in the raised position, it's approximately 5 ft. 6
in. above the ground. It could be built higher or lower as desired, says
A 13-ft. by 10-in. I-beam serves as the pivot point, and it also
slides out for use as the tongue for transport. The pivot beam is fitted
with small cast iron wheels so it can be rolled from the pivot to the lower
end of the ramp to be put in place for transport. Moving and mounting the
tongue is an easy one-man job with the use of hydraulic jacks.
There's a low railing along each side of the tracks - 6 in. above the
bottom of the track - that keeps the tires on track. A strip of expanded
metal grating laid into each track provides good traction even when wet or
covered with snow. A 6-in. piece of angle iron across the end of each track
acts as a "stop,,.
To get onto the ramp, two hinged 4-ft. long, 10-in. wide channel iron
tracks extend to the ground from the bottom of the ramp resting on the
truck tire cushions.
"We've taken the ramp on the highway pulling it behind our Ford Econoline
van. Transport width is 8 ft., 6 in. We had no more problem than pulling a
load of hay," says Ogram, who says the ramp weighs 5,865 lbs. although it's
balanced so that tongue weight is no more than 115 lbs. Total cost of
construction was $1,162.68, using mostly scrap materials, and it took 177
hrs. of shop time.
The biggest vehicle Ogram has driven onto the ramp is his Ford van but
he says it'll handle bigger pickups and trucks.
Car Lift for Residential Garages
See how this homeowner fits three cars into his two-car garage. Using
Potomac Garage's Car Lift, he can save space and protect his vehicles from
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MaxJax Installation Demo for the BMW X5
The MaxJax Portable Two Post Lift is very unique. This garage lift is
perfect for low-ceiling garages and shops. It's also a car lift that easily
stores away when not in use and sets up in less than 15 minutes when you
need to do a quick oil change. The MaxJax was created by Dannmar to provide
it's customers with convenience and portability.
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4 post lift
This is a video is of my buddies 4 post lift from directlift.com. It was
assembled today for his newly built garage with 10' ceilings! Works
awesome! A 65' galaxie sits on the lift and a 70' chevelle will sit