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Greg Smith Equipment Lifts


Greg Smith Equipment Sales is excited to officially join the Tooltopia family. For more than 33 years, our customers have turned to us for alignment machines, tire changers, wheel balancers, and of course lifts for cars, trucks, motorcycles and ATVs. Now we will continue to offer these same great products through Tooltopia.com, a single point of sale for all of your tool and equipment needs.


Other advantages to this partnership between Greg Smith Equipment and Tooltopia include:


  • Knowledgeable industry experts, with a combined 100 years of experience in the automotive and equipment market, to help answer your questions
  • An easy ordering and checkout process
  • Great customer service that you’ve come to expect from the Greg Smith automotive team (we brought our team with us too!)
  • Free shipping on orders $49+

Same great customer service
Same easy ordering process
Same company, different name
Call us at (800) 794-6793 option 1

Same great
customer service

Same easy
ordering process

Same company,
different name

Call us at
(800) 794-6793 option 1

FAQ

What are the concrete floor requirements of my lift?

2-post lifts with a capacity less than 12,000 lbs. require four (4) inches of concrete at 3,000 psi.


2-post lifts with capacity at or above 12,000 lbs. require six (6) inches of concrete at 3,000 psi.


Check product specifications/capacity to determine requirements. Most garages have at least 4 inches. You may need to drill a test hole to measure the thickness of concrete before installing your lift for optimal safety.

How does a 2-post above ground lift work?

Using a two-post above-ground lift is complex and should be approached with caution. Please call one of our sales experts for detailed instructions and helpful information regarding this process.


Two-post above-ground lifts raise cars and trucks for easy access to wheel assemblies and the underside of a vehicle. This type of lift is mounted to an existing concrete surface with a minimum depth of 4 inches. Lifts with larger load capacities require additional concrete.


Lift specifications and instructions may vary based on the manufacturer, make and model. Please contact a sales expert for additional details on the best lift for your needs. Call (800) 794-6793 and selecting option 1 today.

What is the Atlas warranty?

Atlas provides a parts only warranty on all products. The length of the warranty is dependent upon the product. Standard wear items are covered by a 90-day warranty. Limited warranty policy does not include labor or service.


All warranties are non-transferable and are only valid to original purchaser. The warranty covers the products to be free of defects in material and workmanship but, does not cover normal maintenance or adjustments, damage or malfunction caused by improper handling, installation, abuse, misuse, negligence, carelessness of operation or normal wear and tear.


See product for full coverage details.

What type of hydraulic oil do I need to operate my lift?

Hydraulic fluid is the only fluid recommended for use with your lift. The lift manufacturer suggests using only AW 32 or AW 46 oil. All other types of fluid or oil including synthetic oil, automatic transmission fluid, or other substitutes are not recommended for use.

If I buy a lift or any wheel service equipment from Greg Smith Equipment Sales, how does the item(s) get delivered to me?

We ship most lifts or large equipment via semi-trucks (common carrier). Smaller equipment is shipped by Fed-Ex or UPS. In some instances, specialty lifts are too heavy for traditional packaging and will be shipped on a dedicated truck.


The customer is always responsible for unloading equipment, however, there are two options available if you are unable to accommodate a large semi-truck or cannot offload the equipment. These options may come at an additional charge.


Large equipment is processed through one or two transfer station terminals. If a terminal is near your business and has the proper loading equipment, you can pick your merchandise up there. Call the terminal to confirm.


Products may be delivered to other addresses with the equipment or facilities to unload your product from the semi-truck, at request.


Large trucks cannot easily access residential areas. It is up to the driver’s discretion to determine insufficient loading areas. In such instances, other unloading arrangements must be made.



The New Home of Atlas Lifts

Atlas Automotive Equipment is one of the most well-known and well-respected names in the automotive industry for car lifts and automotive equipment. The team behind the Atlas Automotive Equipment brand has spent years developing a line of products, including the Atlas 2 Post and 4 Post Car Lift Series, that are renowned for their expert craftsmanship, reliability and value. These are just two examples of the industry leading auto lifts that Greg Smith customers have come to expect – and we are excited that now these Greg Smith lifts will have a new, permanent home with Tooltopia.

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If you’re interested in learning more about the transition of Greg Smith Automotive to Tooltopia.com, please do not hesitate to reach out. The same great Greg Smith team is now part of our Tooltopia team and is available to answer any questions at (800) 794-6793 option 1.