- 3-Stage Versymmetric® front arms and 2-Stage rear arms provide a wide arm sweep for asymmetric and symmetric lifting in the same service bay.
- 11.875” standard height fits in service bays with 12’ ceiling height.
- Double telescoping screw pads with rubber foot pad.
- Padded overhead shut-off system prevents vehicle damage.
- Jacketed pulley-less single-point mechanical lock release system that was once exclusive to our CL series lifts are now standard on the VLE10.
- Rubber door guards protect vehicle from door damage.
- Premium powder coat finish provides long-lasting durability.
- Plated arm restraints and arm pins inhibit rust and provide long-lasting durability
Challenger Lifts’ Versymmetric® technology brings flexibility to any service bay while also ensuring the safe lifting of any vehicle. Versymmetric® lift technology, established in 1992 by Challenger®, combines a Symmetric and an Asymmetric lift into one!
Safely accommodating vehicles from compact cars to full size trucks, our Versymmetric® lifts can do it all by using heavy-duty columns and arms. Meaning you can service a wide range of vehicles all from the same service bay.
Whether you’re looking for efficiency or are just simply short on space, this Challenger Lift is right for you.
- Challenger’s Versymmetric® Technology, with 3-Stage offset front arm design, allows for the safe symmetric lifting of trucks or asymmetric lifting of other small vehicles within the same service bay.
- Direct Spot Technology™, created by the Versymmetric® offset arms, allows you to save time on spotting a short wheelbase vehicle by eliminating the need to struggle with the tires.
Any Vehicle. One Bay.
The left image shows a standard passenger car best lifted asymmetrically to allow the technician easy access to the car’s interior. The right image shows a truck with a possible “load” in the back. This type of vehicle lifts best symmetrically as the front arms position forward, distributing the weight evenly between the two columns. While each image demonstrates a different way of lifting, with Versymmetric®, both methods are possible all from one bay.