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Old 01-11-2008, 06:27 PM  
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Hi :

Thanks for all the suggestions.
I got a responce from the mfg.
They said use the tan conncted to motor body as gruond.
Run the power to each terminal , one to L2 and one to L3.
Glad we could provide a lift. Haa haaa

Sorry, couldn't resist.


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Old 01-19-2008, 07:44 AM  
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Default Re:2 post auto lift - 220v wiring

If u'r not suggest,.,.,.
I would like to suggest you to have a look at Harding steels lifts; I had a quite good time using their lifts. You can look out for Garage Parking Lift As you have mentioned your requirement is for a small garage. It’s very important for you to take and consider before buying a lift that it should be in the dimensions suited to your garage.
Hope this helps!!

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Hope this site will help you,.,.

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Old 01-19-2008, 09:56 AM  
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He already has the lift, just needed info on how to wire it properly. But I took a look at that site and that's pretty impressive. I always thought of car lifts as just for mechanics. Almost makes me want to start a car colleciotn!



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