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Perfect for towers, autodealers, bodyshops...
This is useful when pulling cars
onto flatbed trucks. The Model 6200 also has a 5-degree offset pedal for extra foot-to-tire clearance. This unit is ONLY available in left and right hand options. Towing Companies Line up cars for tow hook ups. Flatbed trucks can be loaded and unloaded with ease. Great for saving space in storage lots. Perfect for front wheel or All Wheel drives. Great Tool for Repossesion Agents as well!
Cartar Mobile Hoist -- Power Point presentation
This is the new generation of Mobile Car lifts for the workshop and Auto
Body Shops. Time is Money, Lift and move your damaged cars easily and
safely through your workshop. Powered by Air/hyd, no electrics, use inside
3 Good reasons why you should have a Cartar Mobile Lift or Cartar Econo
If your work is a Toyota, Ford, Mazda, Honda, Merc Benz, Porsche, Chrysler,
GM, BMW, Audi, VW, Jaguar, Seat, Citroen or a Mitsubishi this is the Hoist
1/ Get the trademen off the cold concrete and into a comfortable working
2/ Provide a system for moving the damaged cars around your workshop in a
safe and cost effective way. From start of repair to finish.
3/ Replace a couple of your coventional lifts for a Cartar Mobile lift or
a Cartar Econo Lift and open up your workshop Floor.
Great space saver. If you dont have a Cartar Mobile Lift - Why Not?
GoJak Self-Loading Jack/Dolly
GoJak® Self-Loading Dollies
GoJak® Self-Loading Dollies are super-fast and built to last. Just jak and
go without air, oil or electricity. Mechanical leverage applied to a foot
pedal progressively compresses two rollers against the tire to lift the
vehicle off the ground. Tires as wide as 20 inches and up to 36 inches
tall are accommodated. Weights up to 1,550 lbs. per GoJak®, for vehicles
up to 6,200 lbs. with GoJaks® on all four wheels, can be lifted.
• No external power required
• Easily move vehicle in any direction
• Simple, mechanical design only touches tires
• Saves time and effort
The Economical solution for all of your snowmobile moving needs. Power
Wheels™ are both drivable and steerable. Large five inch wheels easily
drive over most surfaces including grass, asphalt, concrete or most other
surfaces. They even work backing up. For non-motorized use simply place the
included rear caster plate under the track and slide your sled anywhere.
Available in standard and wide.
• Easy attach safety strap system
• Extra heavy duty wheels for speeds up to 5 MPH
• Drive over most any surface including gravel, grass or asphalt
• Limited life time warranty
• Heavy Duty cadmium plated steel construction
• Fits all skis and tracks
• Left and right ski dolly
• Track dolly for non-motorized moving
Great Idea for lifting a car
Here is an outstanding idea for lifting and working safely under any
automobile. This Lift Stands is made to be used with any type of floor
jack, and they do not get in the way like jack stands do. They are great to
use for doing any type of work under the car or simply changing the motor
oil. Bigger guys that need the extra room will love them. Lift Stands also
can be used at car shows for displaying your car. I also like using them
when doing body work for a more comfortable position when working on a side
How to Change a Wheel Bearing (short and fast version)
This video shows how to change a pressed bearing in a Ford, specifically a
95 Ford Windstar, but this method will be similar for all pressed bearing
vehicles. The main steps are to take off the spindle nut, tire, brake
caliper, and rotor. Then remove the bolts from the lower control arm ball
joint, tie rod, and strut. Remove the steering knuckle, then press out the
bearing and hub/spindle. Then press in your new bearing and hub/spindle.
This job is a little more complex but can still be easily done by any
amateur mechanic. You will save $400-800 depending on your vehicle. Pleas
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