We understand that making a large purchase such as this can lead to many questions.
That’s why we’ve tried to make it easy for you and put all our answers in one place!
Yes. You have a couple of options, depending on your vehicle type.
- You can use our “Centerlift” bridge to place a jack directly under the center of the vehicle. The jack you place on the bridge can lift or support the front or rear axle.
- You can place a jack on top of either of the ramps, and then jack your vehicle up off the ramp just as if it were parked on the ground.
Both of these options make it easy to remove wheels and perform basic maintenance.
Kwik-lift raises the bottom of the tires to 20 inches above the floor, putting the average chassis at about 30 plus inches above the floor.
No. If the unit were any higher, reaching the chassis would be uncomfortable for most people while using a creeper. The chassis, at about 30 inches above the floor, seems to be best height without reaching and straining. Also, if the lift were higher, for the average home owner, the garage door, when open, could pose a clearance problem
The lift tube pivots down ( the hump will be laying down ) and out of the way allowing very low cars to easily drive on and off. When you are ready to jack up the unit, pivot the lift tube up ( the hump will be up ) and position the jack under the hump. (position your jack saddle so that 2 teeth are in front of the tube, and 2 teeth are behind the tube, in order to safely hold the tube.)
A floor jack should reach a height of about 19 inches in order to work with Kwik-lift. Your jack needs to drop to a level of 5 inches in the down position to fit under the tube. Most jacks will work with Kwik-lift. However, there are a few that will not. Also, you must use a jack that has a jack bell with a diameter large enough to safely support the lift tube during the jacking process. Do not use a jack which has a bell diameter of less than 4 inches.
The Kwik-lift is adjustable length. There are 3 length settings: 13′ 3″/ 14′ 0″/ 14′ 9″. The longest individual piece is 8 ft. 4 inches long. The width is also adjustable.
Yes. The width of the Kwik-Lift can be adjusted to accommodate everything from a Jeep with oversized tires with a golf cart of ATV.
Nothing. Leave it assembled !! Our customers tell us that they simply leave the unit assembled and use it as a parking place. Many say that they drive on and off several times per week. When it is time to work on the car, just jack up the unit, release the pin which releases the rear legs, lock the legs in place, lower the unit onto the legs, and go to work! It only takes about 60 seconds.
Kwiklift is constructed of high strength steel from United States steel mills
No! Kwik-lift can be assembled by two people in 10-15 minutes. ( It may take slightly longer the first time) the unit can be disassembled in about 5 minutes. All you need is a couple of wrenches or sockets and some spray-on lithium grease, which should be applied on the lift tube prior to assembly. One person can handle the assembly process, but we suggest using two.
Note: Due to rising costs in shipping, as of July 2021, all base, standard & premium Kwik-Lift packages ordered from our site may require additional shipping costs AFTER your purchase. We will try our VERY best to honor the below Zoned Map pricing, but cannot guarantee it. If your order requires additional shipping costs, we will contact you. If you agree to these costs, we will charge your credit card for the additional amount at that time. If you do not agree to the shipping costs, we will cancel your order and issue a full refund.
All Kwik-Lift products are offered with LTL shipping.
Standard lift shipped is 695 lbs.
PLEASE NOTE: We only ship to the lower 48 states at this time.
OPTION 1: Ship to Business – PREFERRED
We can ship the Kwik-Lift to a commercial business that accepts freight on a regular basis. The package will need to be unloaded by a forklift, a skid loader with forks, or a tractor with forks. If you don’t own a business that accepts freight, many Kwik-Lift customers have used relatives or friends with businesses that can accept the package for them. Other customers will contact a local company that they do business with (such as a lumber yard or auto parts store) and ask that business to accept the delivery for them.
OPTION 2: Ship to Local Terminal / Hold At Dock – REQUIRES ADDITIONAL CHARGE
For this option the Kwik-Lift will be shipped to the freight terminal nearest your home or business. When your shipment arrives at the local freight terminal, you’ll need a full size pickup truck to go and pick up your shipment.
PLEASE NOTE: If you decide to do the “Hold At Dock” option at your local terminal, you will incur an additional charge after the online transaction. We will contact you prior to this charge for your authorization, however, you may want to consider Option 1 to avoid this charge.
After you place your order, we will contact you about your shipping options and help you select the best one.
Your Kwik-Lift will be shipped to you via LTL freight carrier. Due to the unique size of our products, we must contact you to make specific shipping arrangements, and we can discuss expected delivery times at that time.
Shipping cost is determined by location. See the map below for our shipping zones.
Zone 1 – $355
Zone 2 – $425
Zone 3 – $545
We only charge sales tax in the state of OK.
Yes. Our lifts come with a 5 year warranty, and powder coating is warrantied for one year. The warranty specifics are detailed with the individual product’s information, as well as on our warranty page.
Please contact us right away at 800-446-5503. Of course, we’ll be in touch with you about shipping details, but it’s best to cancel the order prior to that.