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I think the standard model would work best unless you have longer vehicles to lift.
 

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If you can, get the longer one. I just bought the regular 5000 pound unit at Costco for 1000 bucks and it is a little short, but will still work.
 

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I would be more tempted to get one of these...although you can't swap-out brakes or tires with a drive on lift.
Well, most of them do sell this trolley type things that roll under neath on the ramps with bottle jacks, so you can lift one end off and still have full access underneath. Best of both worlds in a way, but a bit convoluted at the same time.
I think they call them a "Jack Tray"
 

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Well, most of them do sell this trolley type things that roll under neath on the ramps with bottle jacks, so you can lift one end off and still have full access underneath. Best of both worlds in a way, but a bit convoluted at the same time.
I think they call them a "Jack Tray"
I have seen those but I was not sure if all lift systems had that available. I really like the drive on lifts as you can just park the car on it and raise it up so the wifey/kiddies don't ding the car.
 

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Outside of looking spindly and unstable, they would be perfect for gaining full access to the sides of the car...where exactly do they lift up on under the challenger?
 

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