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Rotary Lift Updates Four-Post Lift Line

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June 9, 2016—Rotary Lift announced Wednesday that it has recently updated its line of four-post lifts, designed for quick-service jobs. 

“Four-post drive-on lifts are ideal for quick-service operations, because they require little setup before the vehicle can be raised in the air,” Jim Dirksen, vice president of light-duty for Rotary Lift, said. “The technician can simply drive onto the lift’s runways and have the car or truck at a comfortable working height in minutes. Over the past couple years, Rotary Lift has expanded and upgraded our four-post lift line, so it is now easier for fixed ops managers to find the right lift for any application.”

The lifts can be used for a variety of quick-service jobs such as oil changes, tire rotations, inspections and more. 

“At Rotary Lift, we are always researching, designing and testing new ways to make our lifts better,” says Dirksen. “All of our resources are dedicated to lifts and lift accessories. That’s part of the benefit of buying a lift from a lift company that has been an industry leader for more than 90 years. If you are outfitting your facility with premium equipment, it only makes sense to insist on vehicle lifts built by a company that focuses year-round on lifts.”

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