Rotary Lift says Mach 4 Plus makes traditional four-post lifts obsolete

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Rotary Lift says it designed its Mach 4 Plus as a runway system for its Mach 4 mobile column lift that provides all the benefits of a heavy-duty four-post drive-on lift in a more versatile package.

The Mach 4 Plus runway system is used with a set of four Rotary Lift Mach 4 mobile column lifts. Once the system is connected to the columns, vehicles weighing up to 60,000 pounds can be driven onto the runways and raised to a comfortable working height, according to the company; up to two optional 25,000-pound-capacity rolling bridges can be added to lift the vehicle’s wheels off the runways, enabling technicians to perform brake, tire and suspension service.

The company says the Mach 4 Plus runway system — which allows a technician to use the same lift to do wheels-free work — can lift vehicles with wheelbases up to 33 feet, including heavy-duty trucks, RVs and buses; once a vehicle is raised for service, the mobile columns can be replaced with jack stands, and the columns then can be used to lift another vehicle elsewhere in the shop or outside, since the system is impervious to water.

For more information, go to www.rotarylift.com.