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#577224 - 20/05/19 10:00 AM car lift and clearance
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Registered: 13/09/16
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Loc: Chester, UK
repost - I put it in the wrong section, sorry

Sorry if I'm asking too many questions but getting prepared for my new arrival (used plus 8)

The Morgan will live in my garage above my car lift, one of these....

https://geg.co/product/eurotek-mrs3-scissor-lift/?v=79cba1185463

Will it have enough ground clearance without having to make additional run-on/offs. My MGB has plenty of clearance and fit without problems but thats going to make way for the Morgan. If I need to make run on/offs thats fine I just need them in place prior to collection which could be this week.

Thanks in advance

Gary


Edited by Grumpy2 (20/05/19 10:24 AM)
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Think I've found one..........

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#577325 - 21/05/19 01:06 AM Re: car lift and clearance [Re: Grumpy2]
Phil T Offline
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Registered: 18/11/15
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Mine lives in a recess in the floor so that it is flush when retracted.

regards,
Phil

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