photos of ACVW's on 4 post lift

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photos of ACVW's on 4 post lift

Post by DORIGTT » Mon May 14, 2018 4:44 am

Hello,

I'm trying to find any pics of ACVW's on 4 post lifts. I'd like one for storage, but I'm concerned the track is too narrow / narrow enough that it's dangerously close to missing the ramps based on the experience I had getting my car home.

Thanks.

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Re: photos of ACVW's on 4 post lift

Post by Kafer_Mike » Wed May 16, 2018 8:02 am

Not sure a picture will help as the ramp dimensions can vary by lift manufacturer. I suggest measuring the front and rear track width of the car (inner and outer) and use that as the basis for your research. I have seen smaller cars such as Austins and MGs on 4-post lifts (see below). Only issue I can possible see is an ACVW with an extreme narrowed front beam(>4" narrowed) and narrow profile front tires.

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Re: photos of ACVW's on 4 post lift

Post by Dale M. » Wed May 16, 2018 8:38 am

Look for lift with adjustable width on ramps...

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Re: photos of ACVW's on 4 post lift

Post by DORIGTT » Thu May 17, 2018 9:29 am

I ended up laying out tape lines on the garage floor, and selecting a more narrow lift.

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