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 Posted: Sun Sep 9th, 2012 10:48 pm
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charmaine
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ive got a bradbury atl one of the first 6.5 years old now no real probs give me a call  ill tell u more

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 Posted: Fri Sep 7th, 2012 08:18 am
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Favell
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I have an ancient Bradbury MOT lift that I am looking to replace soon.

Having measured the recess I have see that it is quite shallow and not very long by todays standards. However Bradbury do a new ATL lift that will fit straight into the existing recess, this will obviously save me a lot of down time and cost in fitting the new lift.

Has anybody had any experiences, good or bad with Bradbury ATL lifts?

Any comments would be appreciated.

Thanks, Fav.

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