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Forward Lift Offers Tips for Choosing the Right Lift

Posted on June 15, 2017

To help shop owners evaluate their options when buying a lift, Forward Lift is offering two new free resources for matching shop needs with two-post lifts or four-post lifts.

The company says its new Two-Post Buyer’s Guide and Four-Post Buyer’s Guide help shop owners navigate the multiple configurations and accessories available in these popular lift styles.

The Forward Lift Two-Post Buyer’s Guide is available for download. It covers:

  • benefits of two-post lifts;
  • asymmetrical vs. symmetrical lifts;
  • dfferent sizes of lifts;
  • what’s important in a two-post lift; and
  • specific lift options and features.

The Forward Lift Four-Post Buyer’s Guide is also available for download and covers: 

  • benefits of four-post lifts;
  • different lift configurations;
  • determining cost versus value; and
  • specific lift options.

“Because your lift is the center of your service bay, there are few more important – and daunting – decisions than determining which lift is the right fit to support your current business and future growth,” says John Uhl, director, light-duty product management for Forward Lift parent company Vehicle Service Group.

“We developed these buyer’s guides to increase shop owners’ confidence in their lift purchasing decisions by asking insightful questions and directing them through the appropriate considerations. Finding the best two- or four-post lift for your shop takes a little time and research. In the end, though, it’s worth the effort.”

For more information about the full line of Forward Lift two-post and four-post lifts, visit www.forwardlift.com/, contact a local Forward Lift distributor or call (800) 423-1722.

Related Topics: Forward Lift, four-post lift, two-post lift, vehicle lifts, Vehicle Service Group

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