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Lift Safety Mr. Lombardi 06/07 Lift Safety  Inspect lift before each use.  Never operate lift if it malfunctions or if it has broken, damaged, or missing.

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2 Lift Safety Mr. Lombardi 06/07

3 Lift Safety  Inspect lift before each use.  Never operate lift if it malfunctions or if it has broken, damaged, or missing parts.

4 Lift Safety  Operating controls are designed to close when released. Don’t block open or override them.  Red: Power up  Purple: Lift Down  Yellow: Safety Release

5 Lift Safety  Never overload your lift.  Our lifts are rated for 9000 lbs.

6 Lift Safety  Only trained and authorized personnel should position the vehicle and operate the lift.  Only Mr. Lombardi or Mr. McCormick can “OK” a vehicle for lifting

7 Lift Safety  Center vehicle side to side So lift arms contact the vehicle evenly

8 Lift Safety  Center vehicle weight (balance pt.) front to back So vehicle isn’t nose or tail heavy Car’s Balance Point

9 Lift Safety  Position lift supports to contact at the vehicle manufacturer’s recommended lifting points.

10 Lift Points  Always lift on a structural component (frame)  Usually just inside of wheels  Front and Rear lift pads must contact vehicle at same time  Cont.

11 Lift Points (full fame) A

12 Lift Points (unit-body)  Black(1): sub- frame  Gray(2): Body seam  Yellow: Floor pan reinforcements  Cont

13 Lift Points

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15 Lift Safety  When working under a vehicle, the lift should be raised above the desired height of the vehicle, then lowered onto the safety latch.

16 Lift Safety  Always remember, our personal safety is the highest priority!

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