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Old 02-12-2018, 02:26 PM
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Default Anyone using a Atlas Apex 8 4-post Lift

I am looking at this lift.
http://www.atlasautoequipment.ca/ape...ali-certified/

It is ALI certified and cost about 1100$ less than a BendPak HD9 with the same options. Does anyone has the same at home? Comments?

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Originally Posted by oups59 View Post
I am looking at this lift.
http://www.atlasautoequipment.ca/ape...ali-certified/

It is ALI certified and cost about 1100$ less than a BendPak HD9 with the same options. Does anyone has the same at home? Comments?

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I have the direct lift pro park 8 which is almost identical. No issues and I use it more than most.
http://www.directlift.ca/pro-park-8.htm
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So that is an 8,000 LB lift?
I purchased my BendPak HD9 for 2,900 US dollars OTD, they placed it on my trailer w/ a fork lift and I drove away

The link you posted looks like the non-certified ones that go for 1,800 to 2,100 and that one is priced higher due to the certification?

You may want to shop a bit more, however I bought mine local here in Detroit.

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forgot to mention: all prices are in $CDN

The Atlas lift cost $3795 all included (taxes and delivery) and includes drip trays, jack tray and a caster kit.
The Bendpak HD-9 cost $4883 all included (taxes and delivery) and includes drip trays, jack tray and a caster kit.
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My brother bought 3 of these Atlas lifts this year. He opted for the taller ones and it's a really good option to go with. Otherwise you need to watch your head as it won't go high enough to comfortably work under it. All these lifts are made by the same company in China and the local vendors (like Atlas) just slap their stickers on them.
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