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The dead lift can be an intimidating Elevator, but it doesn't have to be. These three tips will eliminate much of the risk with performing this exercise and give you good idea of how to properly perform this essential lift.

Versymmetric Car Lifts
Versymmetric lifting technology from Challenger Lifts is the original two in one car lift. Why limit your service bay's production with an asymmetric or symmetric equipment application? Maximize our revenue potential with Challenger's Versymmetric 2-in-1 automotive lifts.

Some garages rely on asymmetric and symmetric auto lifts to service the full range of cars, SUVs, vans, trucks and commercial vehicles they'll inevitably see. These automotive equipment are designed to handle certain types of vehicles without crossover, necessitating investments in each type of service equipment to operate at full capacity.

Asymmetric car lifts are designed to handle vehicles with an asymmetrical center of gravity. The Asymmetric application move the vehicle's center of gravity back, benefiting most passenger cars with a skewed front-to-back weight ratio. With about 2/3 of the vehicle behind the asymmetric car lift's posts, the lift minimizes stress on cars' lift points. The asymmetric design also allows cars' doors to be fully opened, significantly reducing the risk of door damage. Many shops unknowingly improperly lift larger vehicles (like full size trucks and SUV's) on asymmetric lifts, putting unnecessary strain on the lift and more quickly wearing lift components.

Symmetric car lifts are traditionally used for vans, trucks or vehicles with generally symmetric weight distribution. Symmetric lifts favor the vehicle in a centered position so the center of gravity can be distributed evenly between lift columns. Two Passenger Lift arms of equal length face one another from opposing columns in order to lift vehicles with a symmetrical center of gravity.

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