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post #16 of 19 (permalink) Old 05-16-2017, 05:45 PM
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My name is Riley and I have a garage clutter problem. In my defense I've been out of town working for going on 4 weeks now. It's on my to do list. It's #243
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post #17 of 19 (permalink) Old 05-16-2017, 05:47 PM
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Riley how do you like your Maxjax? Considering something along those lines for my garage.

I think the right car it looks cool, sort of an Ultimate Street Car sponsored up look. Not a good look with factory steel or hubcaps IMO regardless of tire wall. But if you like it, then that is all that matters its your $$$ and your ride

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Love my maxjax. I think I paid $2400ish shipped to my door. My ceilings are 10' but the bottom of my garage opener is closer to 8.5-9'. I can raise the mustang all the way up as far as the maxjax will go and still have the hood and trunk up and open the garage door. If the stangis backwards the hood has to be down to open the door.

If I have a jeep/truck on it I can't go all the way up anyways without hitting the opener so it's great for what I use it for. The only 'thing' I've had to deal with after owning the maxjax for 3+ years is one side is a little faster than the other. It's more apparent if I haven't used it in a while. I usually just lift up and set it back down on the stops a couple times and it will track well from side to side once the fluid is even in both rams again.

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This is my set-up. Tree Wear lettering.
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