Challenger Lifts, specializing in the design, manufacture and distribution of a comprehensive line of car lifts, jacks and auto lift accessories, says it has released a Versymmetric Guide to highlight its technology. Challenger Lifts’ Versymmetric technology is a registered trademark and the industry’s original two-in-one car lift, according to the company.
Conceived and engineered as a solution to the limitations of symmetric and asymmetric car lifts, Challenger says Versymmetric technology performs the function of both. By combining asymmetric and symmetric lifting designs, Challengers says Versymmetric car lifts [http://www.challengerlifts.com/versymmetrictech.shtml] can accommodate all 20 of 2010’s top-selling vehicles, including cars, trucks, crossovers, SUVs and vans all within the same service bay.
Versymmetric technology car lifts feature "directSPOT" lifting capability, which allows offset front arms to swing in from an asymmetric stowed position directly to the vehicle’s lifting point, eliminating the need to shuffle vehicles back and forth to swing the arm clear of the front tire. Other features include both 3-stage front and 3-stage rear arms to offer maximum arm reach and retraction to meet OEM recommended lifting points for the widest range of vehicles.