What is the difference between “Asymmetric”, and “Symmetric”?
On a asymmetrical lift, the front arms are slightly shorter than the back arms, so you don’t have to drive as far forward. With symmetrical, all four arms are the same length and two posts of the lift are directly across from each other, facing each other squarely.
What are the floor requirements to install a lift?
Concrete MUST BE AT least. 4 ” thick, in good condition and support 3,000 PSI (250 kg / cm2) Minimum.
What type of technical requirements do I need?
Standard requirements are 220V Single phase or 110V
What are the fluid requirements for the lifts?
A good cylinder life cycle use hydraulic oil AW 46
What do I do for technical issues?
For technical issues, please have photos and videos ready of your issue. Send them over to email@example.com and we will follow up with you.
If you need assistance during hours, call 803-825-7031
How long will it take to receive a lift?
Your Distributor may deliver the lift the same day, IF in stock. Factory’s production’s times have have AN average of 45 Days plus transit time to the destination.
How about the payment term?
Payment terms are irrevocable Letter of Credit at sight or 30% wire transfer to confirm your order and 70% wire transfer payment prior to loading your order onto a container or truck. Orders must be prepaid 100% prior to shipment.
What is the warranty on my lift?
AMGO offers one of the best product Warranties in the industry from the original factory commercial invoice date in the industry as follows:
1. Steel structure components (including Columns, Carriage, Lifting Arms, Top Beam, Floor Cover, Platform, Cross Beam, Car Drive-in Ramp, Scissor, Base plate, etc.) warranty for five years.
2. Hydraulic parts (including cylinders, oil seal, oil hose, fitting etc.) warranty for three years.
3. Other parts (not including consumption parts such as rubber pad) electrical components, power unit warranty for two years.
What are the lifting capacities of AMGO Lifts?
Lifting capacity ranges from 6,000 lbs to 30,000 lbs.
How do I determine the type of automotive lift that would be best for me?
Discuss your automotive lift need with your local distributor. They will be able to recommend what’s best for you.