Top 3 Reasons to Register Your Rotary Lift

We know you are a thinker, a person who researches and cares about quality. How do we know this? Well, you bought a Rotary.  Enough said. You’ve made a wise decision and a great invest for the future of your shop. Whether your lift was installed by one of our talented and factory trained RAI’s, or you’re the DIY type, get ready to start increasing that bottom line. The only thing left to do is register that bad boy with Rotary.

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Cheap Parts Could Cost More in the Long Run

When you need replacement parts for your Rotary lift, it’s tempting to purchase imitation parts rather than Rotary Lift parts. After all, those imitation parts are often less expensive. But cheap doesn’t just describe the price. It also describes the quality. And many times, cheap parts can cost you a lot more than genuine, well made parts. Here’s how:

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90 Second Know Hows

How many times have you found yourself Googli ng, “how to change the element in your hot water heater”, or “easiest way to peel a boiled egg?” How great is it when a video pops up with a person to give you step-by-step instructions? Well we feel the same way. In fact, we have taken everyone’s love for how-to videos and made our own library. Rotary is continuing to build on our video series called “ 90 Second Know Hows.”
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Do You Have a Maintenance Plan in Place?

Let’s talk about maintenance. Some view it as a hassle and something that is only done when absolutely necessary. Others see it as a necessity, a basic function required to keep an operation running smoothly. Every industry and every product is different. But one thing is for sure, in order to keep your shop running at peak performance, some type of maintenance will be required. When looking at options, there are three main maintenance theories followed, all of which have both positive and negative aspects.

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90 Second Know Hows

How many times have you found yourself Googling, “how to change the element in your hot water heater”, or “easiest way to peel a boiled egg?” How great is it when a video pops up with a person to give you step-by-step instructions? Well we feel the same way. In fact, we have taken everyone’s love for how-to videos and made our own library. Rotary is proud to introduce a new video series called “90 Second Know Hows.”

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Lifts for Trucks: 3 Important Safety Tips

Safety is a priority at every shop, and when it comes to lifting heavy-duty trucks, it’s even more important. When they’re operated correctly, truck lifts can actually reduce injuries. Using a lift designed to hoist very heavy vehicles is much safer than rolling under them with a creeper or using a makeshift lift solution. But you need to make sure you’ve got that correctly part down. Start by following these safety tips.

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Break It Down: Helping Customers Understand Auto Repair Estimates

Satisfying your customers is all about trust. But since your customers are unlikely to have the knowledge about vehicle repair that you do, how do you help them understand why a complicated repair is necessary? Here are a few tips to help you break down complicated auto repair estimates.

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Sky’s the Limit on Outside Lifts

Can I install a lift outside? If I do, will it void my warranty? These are common questions we get on our website, and the answer is…maybe! First we have to set some terminology. “Outside” for our discussion will be just that; outdoors, with no cover, no overhang and no protection from the elements. “Open Air” is not in a building proper, but does have a roof or overhead cover of some sort and has protection from the elements; especially rain and/or snow. So the long and short of it: No to an outside lift, Yes for an open air lift.

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Rust Resistors: Corrosion Prevention in Inground Lifts

Inground lifts are a huge benefit to shops. They can handle the biggest of the big lifting jobs and then go into hiding for a clean, uncluttered work area. Plus, the best ones are speedy and easy to use. And when you make an investment in an inground lift, you expect it to stand up to repeated use and be a part of your arsenal for years to come. Along with superior design and construction, the key to long-term durability is corrosion prevention – rust is a four-letter word for lifts.

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Gifts for lift owners: What to get the automotive lift owner in your life

Are you scrambling for last minute gift ideas? Do you know someone that owns a shop or has a lift in their garage? Stop scrambling and check out our list of ideas for the automotive lift owner in your life. We are here to help. Here are our top 5 gift ideas that any shop owner would love to receive.

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