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 Posted: Fri Feb 3rd, 2012 01:02 pm
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monkeywrench
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V-tech garage equipment??? try these guys, I think as long as you don't go chinese you will get some half decent equipment.

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 Posted: Wed Apr 7th, 2010 10:44 am
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george3270 wrote: It looks like there won't be a problem with one enterance/exit so I'm looking at equipment now.

I am planing using a scissor lift and the company who I'll be using can supply 3 differrent makes Hoffman, tecalimet and bradbury. anybody using any of this lift and who would you rate them compared to a four poster.

I'm not necessarily wanting the cheapest I wanting the best quailty and longevity


Hi George,

My name is Chris Martin, I work for a company called Portman Asset Finance, we specialise in providing finance solutions to the garage industry. Feel free to contact me if you want any advice on financing this type equipment.

Chris Martin

Sorry Chris - personal contact details removed - please contact Chris by 'Personal Message' if interested.

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 Posted: Sun Mar 28th, 2010 09:50 pm
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Yes pipe rubbed through due to not protected, new pipe and some plastic covering sorted. I take it you have had problems with yours.

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 Posted: Sun Mar 28th, 2010 09:38 pm
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your lucky with only a small amount of down time then harley.

leaks from a hydraulic pipe come as standard on bradbury scissor ramps.

let me guess was it from a pipe under the floor cover? 

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 Posted: Sun Mar 28th, 2010 03:16 pm
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Hi been using Bradbury scissor lift on an ATL for three years, only problem has been a leaking hydraulic pipe ,so would say it would be a good buy.It was not the cheapest but i have only had 3 hours down time in 3 years.

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 Posted: Sat Mar 27th, 2010 10:49 pm
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It looks like there won't be a problem with one enterance/exit so I'm looking at equipment now.

I am planing using a scissor lift and the company who I'll be using can supply 3 differrent makes Hoffman, tecalimet and bradbury. anybody using any of this lift and who would you rate them compared to a four poster.

I'm not necessarily wanting the cheapest I wanting the best quailty and longevity

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