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MaxJax Lift Installation & Review - Portable 2-Post Lift for Home Garage

I found a 2-post lift that fits in my home garage with low-clearance ceilings and doesn't require 220v! It's also semi-portable if I need to move it out of the way. I'll show you how to properly install a MaxJax lift. All of the parts and tools you'll need are linked below!

My full installation write-up with photos:

MaxJax lift:

Must-Have Accessories:
- Adjustable creeper:
- Short oil drain tank:
- Short tripod stands (pair):

Tools Required:
- Rotary hammer drill:
- 5/8" rotary hammer bit:
- 7/8" rotary hammer bit:
- 24mm racheting wrench:
- Adjustable wrench:
- 1/2" torque wrench:
- 24mm socket:
- Heavy hitting hammer:
- Laser level & square:
- Magnetic post level:
- Chalk line:
- 25 ft. tape measure:
- Misc. sockets, allen wrenches, screwdrivers:

Materials Required:
- Hydraulic fluid (x2 gal):
- Teflon tape:
- White lithium grease:
- Masking tape:

If you plan to mount the pump cart out of the way (like I did), you will most likely need to extend both hoses. The most cost-effective way to do this is to a hose extension to the hose that comes with the MaxJax. Measure how much additional hose you will need from each post and purchase accordingly.

- Hose extension fittings (x2):
- 6 ft. extension hose:
- 9 ft. extension hose:
- 90° fittings for bottom of the posts (x2):
- 90° fittings for pump connection (x2):

Safety Equipment (seriously, concrete is nasty):
- Dust mask:
- Utility work gloves:
- Hearing protection:
- Eye protection:


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- Dragy GPS Track Timer:
- BMW Wheel-Saver Socket:
- BMW Jack Pad Adapter:
- BMW Magnetic Spark Plug Socket:
- Spark Plug Feeler Gauge:
- Cordless Screwdriver/Drill:

- Motul X-cess 5W-40 Oil (5L):
- Motul X-cess 5W-40 Oil (1L) x2:
- Mann Oil Filter:
- Magnetic Drain Plug:

- Vlogging Camera:
- Wide Angle Lens:
- Canon 50mm Lens:
- RODE Microphone:
- Camera Stabilizer:
- LED Camera Light:
- DSLR Suction Mount:
- GoPro Suction Mount:
- DJI Mavic Pro Drone:
- Editing PC (it's a POWERHOUSE!):

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