Here's How Much My Car Lift & Garage Cost + My Favorite Automotive Christmas Present.

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This video will answer how much my lift and garage cost along with their specs and dimensions. I also show a really compact yet powerful battery jumper that I received for Christmas.

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  • Scotty Kilmer just made a video on the jumper. He seems to like it too!

    LegitStreetCars 04/16/2020 9:19 am Reply
  • fast forward to 2020 and it's nearly a zombi time

    asim mohammed 04/16/2020 9:19 am Reply
  • How thick is your concrete?

    slowride55 04/16/2020 9:19 am Reply
  • Oh gosh THANK YOU for quoting prices. For some reason YouTubers like to shy away from those details, which I don't understand because it is super useful information! Thanks!

    Daniel Taylor 04/16/2020 9:19 am Reply
  • Wasted 10 min of my life listing about a battery jumper pack

    daye3371 04/16/2020 9:19 am Reply
  • the actual information you came here for starts at 4:32

    Jx Po 04/16/2020 9:19 am Reply
  • 30x30x90 concrete floor 12foot walls 12,000 two doors.buitritght barns

    Diane Hilty 04/16/2020 9:19 am Reply
  • Where I live 150,000 can get you a mansion houses are so cheap but prices are going up especially on land bc of gas and oil. It sucks

    Built Minis 04/16/2020 9:19 am Reply
  • It should be named “ghetto car lift” in crowed cul de sac street…………where neighbors detest, despise, and loathe people coming to see the “home garage mechanic”.

    Truth Reigns Forever 04/16/2020 9:19 am Reply
  • FYI you should pay the contractor after installation of the lift, not before.

    Independence City Motoring 04/16/2020 9:19 am Reply
  • I will be building a similar garage in chicago recently, which builder did you go with?

    szlaga88 04/16/2020 9:19 am Reply
  • What company did your garage

    elijah1baby 04/16/2020 9:19 am Reply
  • Yes it is cold as you say in the video. But someone invented the woolly hat. Good news is you don't actually need to place it on your butt because 70% of the bodies heat escapes via the head.

    FreePizza007 04/16/2020 9:19 am Reply
  • I can't help but keep on looking at your nose which is getting more and more red as the video rolls by. X^D

    Simon Park 04/16/2020 9:19 am Reply
  • You and I look about the same age. Just curious what do you do for a living?

    Sabroso Lopez 04/16/2020 9:19 am Reply
  • The battery is dead let's test it yh it's dead.🤣🤣I'm dead 😂😂

    Moz m 04/16/2020 9:19 am Reply
  • My grandparents built a massive garage 80’ x 135’ all in spent around 18,000 concrete was poured by a friend and it was built and had a metal roof installed by some Amish workers that live near their place and it came out great and only took about 3 weeks start to finish

    Hunter k 04/16/2020 9:19 am Reply
  • ICF Construction would have been comparable to your total cost without adding the insulation cost AND would have insulated better, cut the cost of your heating by nearly 70%. You can then cover the walls with a myriad of coverings using the ICF built in fastening system. That wood finish you have is easily accommodated and so is the siding material on the outside. Bonus is the structural integrity is maintained nearly maintenance free for up to 100 years. Long after you have sold it off and retired. Stick Framing is cheaper initially until you have to add insulation, vapor barrier and reinforcements. It is one of the newest best methods of hard shell construction that provides durability over time. Just look at the house that survived Hurricane Michael @ Mexico Beach FL. 100% intact with minimal damage. I know you do not need all those hurricane upgrades, but, …………………………..anyway, I just happen to LOVE that form of building method. Minnesota residents are using it and loving it. However, it meets the Dade County Standard of storm building protected houses, and a lot of the tornado impacted area's as well. Typically, a safe room is incorporated into this build, but, a garage space limited would likely not accommodate that. Thanks for the hot tip on the charger.

    Anon Imous 04/16/2020 9:19 am Reply
  • Can we get a tour of your toolbox sometime?

    Dallas Deschatres 04/16/2020 9:19 am Reply
  • How were you able to get around the 15ft max height in the city?

    Mike Bowers 04/16/2020 9:19 am Reply
  • Isn't that lift post too close to the control joint?

    M Gleason 04/16/2020 9:19 am Reply
  • 24,000 is actually a good deal for all of that.

    mike burns 04/16/2020 9:19 am Reply
  • I want this builder's info, I'm going to build a garage in my property also in Chicago and I want to go as big as I can go

    Eric Ortiz 04/16/2020 9:19 am Reply
  • Have you ever done a toolbox tour of that pretty Matco box? My favorite tools.

    Scott Blackwell 04/16/2020 9:19 am Reply
  • Seattle, quoted $120,000 for a 24'X40'X12' detached garage.

    Peter Thadeus 04/16/2020 9:19 am Reply
  • That garage is nice!!! You would pay 200 grand in California 1 million in San Francisco

    Gabe Oropeza 04/16/2020 9:19 am Reply
  • Do you still have the 14% for this jumper. I’d like to get it. Thanks.

    StuntZxPRO 04/16/2020 9:19 am Reply
  • Awesome video! Subscribed👍 I too live in Chicago and looking into building a garage. Everything that I've read so far is saying 15ft limit….is there some sort of loophole to get that 18ft height approved?? Thank you sir!

    Drew Howard 04/16/2020 9:19 am Reply
  • You were able to afford all that working as a mechanic!?

    John Doe 04/16/2020 9:19 am Reply
  • "Some people have pointed out that my garage isn't painted and I don't have any outlet covers but believe it or not, I am completely aware"
    that made me chuckle

    bubbshalub 04/16/2020 9:19 am Reply
  • That would cost 3 times that in the DC area.

    lokerola 04/16/2020 9:19 am Reply
  • Looking like Rudolph with that bitter cold lmfao

    Alfonso Garcia 04/16/2020 9:19 am Reply
  • I have the same type of jumper but different name, I used it to jump my 4.0 Jeep Wrangler TJ with a bad battery about 6 times, and that was before AI recharged the battery pack. My wife and I went to Vegas to see our son and the heat killed her battery quick, so luckily we took this along and it saved us from calling a tow or jump from my son, got a new batter and all was good.
    One day I went to the grocery store and forgot that was in my bags, the checkout girl asked about it and I showed her, now she wants to get one for her dying battery.
    GREAT TO HAVE!!! Just wish they would put in a adapter for Motorcycles.

    Pissed Off Papa 04/16/2020 9:19 am Reply
  • Quick question, I noticed your lift is right up against the edge of your slab and also right against a control joint. From what i understand is that isnt ideal for a lift, how thick is your slab? any issues with the lift being mounted there?

    Im installing a lift soon and it will also be very close to the edge and a control joint.


    Lewy Fogerty 04/16/2020 9:19 am Reply
  • I live in Chicago, thinking to do the same. What company did build your garage?

    German Ibañez 04/16/2020 9:19 am Reply
  • 24×32 garage 14 ft ceiling one garage door 5500 all said and done

    Matthew Arsenault 04/16/2020 9:19 am Reply
  • Earthquakes! Well i live in California i would never leave a car on a lift like that as an additional parking spot… you are just asking for trouble.

    Hottspitta jR 04/16/2020 9:19 am Reply
  • I am in Chicago so it this was really helpful

    Aj Johnson 04/16/2020 9:19 am Reply
  • Share the vendors link

    jaime del salto 04/16/2020 9:19 am Reply

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    Abdul Haque 04/16/2020 9:19 am Reply
  • Charger doesn't work..

    Hans Lund 04/16/2020 9:19 am Reply
  • Got a question for you.. you ever have any issues with the lift being so close to the wall on the driver side?

    jose mora 04/16/2020 9:19 am Reply
  • hey, great info on the garage. I'm looking to build a garage and wondered about sizes for a lift but something you didn't mention… what thickness of concrete does the lift need? I'm guessing the anchors weren't pre-built since you mentioned you had an installer come out after the fact, so i'm assuming it was safe to drill into the cement. Is the cement floor the same thickness throughout the whole garage? I did a patio outside to repair cars on and made it 6" thick, but even at 6"s i'm not sure if you could install a heavy lift. Thanks for any info you may provide. Oh and what is the PSI of the concrete? is it a standard 3500psi or is it higher?

    Sevan75R 04/16/2020 9:19 am Reply
  • Great video! Exactly what I needed to hear!

    snow go 04/16/2020 9:19 am Reply
  • 24 grand for a garage like that is a great deal in chicago

    craigk73 04/16/2020 9:19 am Reply
  • Did you put footings in for the lift?

    James Lawlor 04/16/2020 9:19 am Reply
  • Thats a good price. In WI I’m getting quotes from 28-40k for a 30×40 with big doors.

    thewhiteknight02 04/16/2020 9:19 am Reply

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