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Super-Symmetric Arms what are they?

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posted in Support and Advice - 2 Post Lifts by Brian Smith on 11:52 Mar 3rd, 2014

When loading a vehicle on to a 2 Post Lift you usually position it between the posts so you can open the door when it’s off the ground without the posts getting in the way. The use of Super-Symmetric arms which usually have a 2-stage rear arm with a 3-stage front arm means they can be easily adjusted for use in both Quasi-Asymmetrical and Symmetrical configurations. With such a wide range of arm length options it is easy to find one that both allows the door to open and puts the lift pads where they need to go. From short to long wheel base vehicle with Super-Symmetric arms on your lift all can be accommodated.  Remember that it is important when lifting any vehicle whether in Asymmetrical, Symmetrical or Super-Symmetrical configuration that the weight of the vehicle must be evenly distributed on each of the four arms. For more details please phone us on 01727 875695 or visit our website at equipment4garages.com .


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