Garage. Thursday , April 12th , 2018 - 21:24:58 PM
We all know that car shops and professional mechanics have top of the line car lifting equipment. Along with this knowledge comes the fact that we cannot have these large devices in our own garages, due to their size and cost. So, what are the choices for the home gear head who needs to lift a car, and where can you get the equipment needed to lift your own car?
Any home garage requires a good selection of automotive tools to carry out work on a car. Some vehicles from certain manufacturers have non standard machining and sizes used throughout their construction, and you will need to get automotive specialty tools designed for the purpose of working on that particular car from a motor store. No home workshop is complete without a trolley jack and axle stands to allow you to get under the car and do things like oil changes and exhaust checks.
Measure the floor space that is available. Now determine how much of that space you will need to park your car in and then have room to move around them. If size is an issue at this point there are shelves for home garage use available that actually hang from the rafters and never touch the floor. With this type of shelving in place you can still have all the floor space for car parking that keeps your cars under the storage area. The shelves can either be of chrome wire or rubber coated wire and not take up a lot of space.
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