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F12 Two-Post Lift

June 9, 2016 - Products

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Forward Lift

Forward Lift’s new heavy-duty F12 two-post lift is a competitively priced 12,000-pound capacity two-post lift shops can rely on to service a wide range of vehicles. The Forward Lift F12 has been third-party tested and certified by the Automotive Lift Institute (ALI) to meet industry safety and performance standards. It is available from more than 100 Forward Lift authorized distributors in North America as well as through most national auto parts retailers.

“This lift was designed to deliver more bang for the buck,” says John Uhl, sales and brand manager for Forward Lift. “It’s a showcase of what Forward Lifts are famous for – reliability, support, and service – at a surprisingly affordable price point. Shops of all sizes will find this lift will boost service productivity, and bottom line profitability, for years to come.”

The Forward Lift F12 two-post lift has two-stage front and rear arms equipped with low-profile 4.75-inch oversized rubber-pad swivel adapters. Combined with the standard extra height extensions (3.5 and 5 inches), the arms can reach the recommended pickup points of most cars, light trucks and vans on the road today. The lift can be configured for multiple drive-through clearances including two widths and four heights to meet any shop’s needs.

The F12 is powered by two heavy-duty hydraulic cylinders that increase its lifting performance and service life. The cylinder pistons are protected by the lift columns, which are powder-coated for long life.

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