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Re: Mortgage Brokers
« Reply #75 on: 09 May 2018, 18:00:53 »

If it has a high roof, a  two or four post lift should fit in there.  :)
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Re: Mortgage Brokers
« Reply #76 on: 09 May 2018, 18:06:44 »

If it has a high roof, a  two or four post lift should fit in there.  :)
Won't have the width if its a standard single.
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Re: Mortgage Brokers
« Reply #77 on: 10 May 2018, 11:37:24 »

If it has a high roof, a  two or four post lift should fit in there.  :)

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I keep wondering about putting one in mine. It should just fit. Might need to relocate a few rafters.
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Re: Mortgage Brokers
« Reply #78 on: 10 May 2018, 11:45:34 »

If it has a high roof, a  two or four post lift should fit in there.  :)

<Scratches chin>
I keep wondering about putting one in mine. It should just fit. Might need to relocate a few rafters.
they are there for a reason  ;D
consult a structural engineer ,  :y
or that bloke down the pub  ;D
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Re: Mortgage Brokers
« Reply #79 on: 10 May 2018, 11:56:40 »

I was looking at low-post (2m) lifts the other day for the other garage.. or is that just being greedy on top of the scissor lift in the house garage? ;D

Speaking of brokers, I just got off the phone with mine.. the affordability checks these days feel worse than having a prostate exam. How much do you spend on going out a month, how much is your car insurance a month, how much is your house insurance a month, how much do you spend on holidays a month...

I don't know about you lot, but most of those are annual costs for me - I can't remember exactly how much my car insurance was 10 months ago!
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Re: Mortgage Brokers
« Reply #80 on: 10 May 2018, 12:07:55 »

If it has a high roof, a  two or four post lift should fit in there.  :)

<Scratches chin>
I keep wondering about putting one in mine. It should just fit. Might need to relocate a few rafters.
they are there for a reason  ;D
consult a structural engineer ,  :y
or that bloke down the pub  ;D

Oh, I'm fully aware of that. Supporting my vast collection of junk, for starters. ;D Oh, and the roof. ::)
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Re: Mortgage Brokers
« Reply #81 on: 10 May 2018, 12:17:14 »

If it has a high roof, a  two or four post lift should fit in there.  :)

<Scratches chin>
I keep wondering about putting one in mine. It should just fit. Might need to relocate a few rafters.
they are there for a reason  ;D
consult a structural engineer ,  :y
or that bloke down the pub  ;D

Oh, I'm fully aware of that. Supporting my vast collection of junk, for starters. ;D Oh, and the roof. ::)

It's only "junk " till you take it to the tip, a few weeks later ,it will be a very precious thing that you wish you still had  ;D
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Re: Mortgage Brokers
« Reply #82 on: 10 May 2018, 12:57:35 »

If it has a high roof, a  two or four post lift should fit in there.  :)

<Scratches chin>
I keep wondering about putting one in mine. It should just fit. Might need to relocate a few rafters.
they are there for a reason  ;D
consult a structural engineer ,  :y
or that bloke down the pub  ;D

Oh, I'm fully aware of that. Supporting my vast collection of junk, for starters. ;D Oh, and the roof. ::)

It's only "junk " till you take it to the tip, a few weeks later ,it will be a very precious thing that you wish you still had  ;D

'ain't that the truth. :y
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