July 24, 2015
Saint Louis, MO -
While there are many things to consider when investing in an alignment rack, considering a lift rack’s capacity, runway width and drive-on height will allow your shop to service a wide spectrum of vehicles. While many may consider the term “alignment lift” to encompass both the lifting equipment and the wheel alignment system, this article is referring exclusively to the lifting mechanism. For more information on integrated alignment systems, please visit: http://www.hunter.com/alignment-systems/hawkeye-elite
Hunter’s RX scissor lift family contains 10-16,000 pound capacity alignment lifts. All of Hunter’s four-post lifts have an 18,000-pound capacity. Higher lift rack capacity allows your shop to service heavy and large vehicles, including medium-duty trucks.
Hunter’s scissor lift and four-post lift families are also engineered with the industry’s lowest drive-on height. Low drive-on height allows your shop to service low vehicles without the risk of damage.
While two-post lifts can be used for general repair, they are not designed for alignment service.