Just be careful. X590 weighs 654# without a deck. I realize that you're only lifting 2 wheels at a time but I'd still use stands under it.
Ok your backing the rear tires up the HF plastic ramp, but how are you lifting the front on to the jack stands?I bought the plastic ramps from HF, back it up them then lift the front for jack stands to level, gets everything high enough and I can get my impact under the deck. Got to use the plastic ones, the steel slid on concreate.
Agree, I like what I seen with VANS posting with straps around the tires and a pin to help keep the lift from dropping down.If nothing else put them under the lift arms... anything to support it if the jack leaks down or fails.
The thing that worries me is all the weight is being held by what appears to be a single 1/2" pin in the bottom leg. Things might be OK at rest but what happens when you start applying more pressure and movement while working under there? Also, I think the rear crossbar is supposed to be on the ground to help stabilize it side to side.Agree, I like what I seen with VANS posting with straps around the tires and a pin to help keep the lift from dropping down.
I actually use a cherry picker, but a floor jack would due, picker just makes it easier to set stands. The older I get the more I see a 4 post in the future.Ok your backing the rear tires up the HF plastic ramp, but how are you lifting the front on to the jack stands?
Ok, so I'll add my 2-cents also.Just pointing out a minor difference.....My MoJack model 550 lift has the weight from the lift projecting out in front leaving the entire under deck area clear. As I scrape the deck or change blades, I do not have to work on top of that T-Bar most lifts have. I'm sure each model has some advantages and disadvantages..Just my 2-cents for the day.