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Find my Lift

Interactive car lift selection tool

For more than 95 years, Rotary Lift has designed, engineered and manufactured the world’s most trusted vehicle lifts. Now, it’s easier than ever to find the best car lift or truck lift for your specific needs.

Use the find my lift feature to sort by vehicle class, the class of vehicle being lifted normally stated in a number i.e. (Class 4). Lift type denotes what others in the industry may call the lift i.e. (surface). Filter on the capacity of the lift to get a better understanding of the ratings we offer, or on features of our lifts that span multiple product lines. You can turn on and off any filtering you wish to arrive at the perfect lift for your shop.

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Our history is important.

After all, our founder designed, built and patented the first fully hydraulic vehicle lift. You can’t find more experience than that. But history is just a foundation. It’s what we do with that experience that’s important to you now. And what we do is build the industry’s most respected lifts. Period.

Rotary Lifts are born and raised in Madison, Indiana. They’re tested beyond industry standards. And they offer long-lasting performance that’s backed by a nationwide service network. When you put that all together, you get lifts that are provided by a company dedicated to helping you lift vehicles more safely and efficiently—not to mention with better revenue and a nice return on your investment.

SKU Filter

Do you know the item number of our lift? It's sometimes referred to a product code or model number.  You can input that in this field to narrow your search of the products we have.

Features Filter

These are specific features we offer on our lifts. Some of these features span multiple products. Some are product specific like “Synchrodrive Equalization System”. Its another option to choose from and why Rotary continues to innovate in the vehicle lift industry.

Capacity Type Filter

Did you know a lift is often referred to as a hoist? Because we all identify things differently we've used the same nomenclature ALI the Automotive Lift Institute does in this filter.

Category Type

This is the naming most manufacturers give to identify their lift lines. We have lifts for cars, trucks, buses, concrete trucks, semi’s and fire engines just to list a few. We categorize each of these lifts differently to help you understand what they’ll be used for in your garage. If you prefer to drive onto a lift, that’s a lift type.  We have four post lifts, vertical rise lifts and scissor lifts that span into that category to further help you select the right lift.

Lift Type

Did you know a lift is often referred to as a hoist? Because we all identify things differently, we've used the same nomenclature ALI the Automotive Lift Institute does in this filter. These identifiers normally describe the area, situation or use of the lift. These same identifiers can be found in the directory of certified lifts on ALI’s website.