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  1. #1
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    Default 12v Car Lift Question

    We're buying a car lift that runs on a battery. Is it possible to use say a small lawn mower battery or something lithium? I can't imagine these lifts use that much power, but I can't find any information on them.

    I'm also questioning if it's possible to convert to 110.

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    I use a 465 cca mower battery and charge every week, mounted everything on a pressure washer frame with wheels.

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    Yes we use a small battery similar to the battery's on trailer break away systems is about the size of two of them side by side. You can convert to 110 by buying a different pump

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    Quote Originally Posted by ReederRacing View Post
    We're buying a car lift that runs on a battery. Is it possible to use say a small lawn mower battery or something lithium? I can't imagine these lifts use that much power, but I can't find any information on them.

    I'm also questioning if it's possible to convert to 110.
    Hello,
    Running a 12v pump on a small lawn mower battery will work just fine. We normally recommend charging the battery every few weeks. Unless you are using the lift a lot it shouldn't take more than that to keep it charged.

    Thanks, Dustin
    www.racecarlifts.com

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