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Celebrating 20 Years In Business!



Join Us In Celebrating 20 Years In Business!

This year, we celebrate 20 years in business! We take pride in the dedication of our talented staff for providing the highest level of customer service, over the past 20 years. This is truly amazing and we would not be where we are today without the loyalty of you, our customers.

Participating in our celebration is easy, just Watch our video and send us your birthday wishes through a positive review on Google.

If you need help sharing your feed back on our Google page you can follow the video below.

We Are So Happy To Celebrate Our 20th Birthday With You!

Thank you to everyone for participating in our 20th Birthday celebration. We look forward to a future of continued growth and prosperity!




5 Quick Tips for Ordering Eagle Parts

Need to order EAGLE partS for your equipment? Here are 5 quick things you need to do first!

Eagle Equipment was founded in 1954. Over the last 62 years, Eagle has had a lot of different styles and makes of lifts and tire equipment. These different styles have different Eagleparts and specifics. The intricate part for our parts specialists is to make sure that they know what model and make equipment you have and the specific part you need. We want to make sure the part we send you will be the fix you need to keep working.

Eagle Parts Department
Eagle Parts Department

At Eagle Equipment, we want to do everything we can to help you in the most efficient and time-effective way possible. Here are some tips:

  1. Call our Parts line. We have parts specialist to assist you in getting the correct Eagle parts for your Eagle equipment. This is the number that is also on your equipment, 800.535. 0016.

Meet our Eagle Specialists that are happy to assist you with parts:

2. Try to have the telephone number you used when purchasing your equipment from Eagle Equipment or the original order number. This helps us to easily locate your order in our system and verify the equipment you have. We understand that you may not have ordered direct from us, and so you would not be in the system. That’s ok…. See #4!

3. The model number and serial number from the plate on your machine. This helps us to ensure we’re selling you the correct parts for the correct model. The model number may be something like the MTP-9F or the ETC-550.

4. We may ask you to send us photos of the Eagle part, or the equipment, that you’re looking for. This just helps us to ensure we’re all on the same page.

5. Make sure we have the correct email address for you. This is the easiest way for us to send you Eagle parts diagrams and photos.


We appreciate your business and are here to assist in getting you the right part for your Eagle purchase. Give us a call.


As I walked into the large and unassuming, storage building I braced myself for what I might see. He told me to “hang on while I get the lights “ …. and as I stood there I could make out the shapes of what I knew would be an amazing collection.

The lights came on and there stood a row of the Eagle 4-post storage lifts with some historic and monumental race cars stored on them. Some gathered thick layers of dust while others were respectfully covered. This storage building held amazing treasures of the past.
IMG_6547The man who became “The King” has been in racing for over 50 years. His daddy was a NASCAR driver. These treasures were more than cars… they told his story, and the stories of his son and grandson. That’s why they are kept, and stored with care.

IMG_6539The weight of the history that stood around me suddenly hit me, and goosebumps rose up. I almost forgot that I was there to get photos of the Eagle storage lifts. There were cars that Richard Petty drove, including his last win at Daytona. There was the car the Kyle Petty drove when he was at Wood Brothers Racing. There were even Adam Petty’s cars that were considerately covered. The legend that is the Petty family is not only in racing or in North Carolina, but in their life are abundant. They make you feel truly special and want you to take a part in their history.

If you want to experience it too, you should visit the Richard Petty Museum in Randleman, NC. To have been able to be a part of this special space with the Eagle brand is an experience that is truly unexplainable. What will you store on your Eagle lift? I bet it’ll be legendary. IMG_6555

What You Need to Know About Shipping and Unloading Your Equipment

IMG_8389All of our shipments are sent “Freight on Board” Greensboro and become the property of the customer when they leave our dock. Eagle Equipment uses common carriers, FedEx Ground, UPS, and independent freight haulers for shipping.

When you call and order something from us, our sales folks will ask “Do you have a way to off load the equipment.” We do this because a lot of times our customer needs to make a plan to unload his equipment. (Yes, you need to unload your equipment). Don’t worry—we have some solutions to help you get your equipment to you, unloaded and ready for install. To see all of our shipping and return policies, please visit our Web site.

What you need to know first: Our equipment is large and heavy. Our lifts weigh 1500 lbs + and are 10’ or more in length. Our paint booths are in large crates (most are 6’ H x 10’ L and 4’ W). Before you order it, you need to put some thought into shipping it. Here are some options. Continue reading What You Need to Know About Shipping and Unloading Your Equipment

MTP-9A: Eagle Lift Customer Testimonial

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MTP-9F with Mechanic-in-Training!

They say a picture is worth a thousand words. We agree. We love seeing pictures of our products. We like to see how they are being used, who is using them and what they are working on. Like this photo. Could it get any cuter than this mechanic-in-training?

Here at Eagle, we spend our days on the phone, helping customers order the right equipment for their shop. From wheel service equipment, like tire changers and wheel balancers ….. to car lifts and paint spray booths. Our customer care team will not only help you order new equipment from Eagle…. But help you care for your existing Eagle equipment through our parts and warranty department. Just like our company mission statement, we’re “Delivering excellence to the automotive and painting industries. Every product. Every customer. Every day.”

Continue reading MTP-9A: Eagle Lift Customer Testimonial

Four Maintenance Tasks For for Your 2-Post Car Lift

If you own a mechanic shop or you like to do work on your own vehicles, you might be in the market for a car lift. Car lifts make performing routine and complicated maintenance much easier because you do not have to get down on the ground or under the car. There are several different types of lifts, but the most popular are the 2- and 4-post lifts. At Eagle Equipment, we carry both.

4-post lifts are more suitable for vehicle storage, and 2-post lifts are a lot better for major reconstruction and mechanical repairs. Realize which projects are easier when you own a 2-post lift and make the right investment.

Below, find four common repairs that can be done more efficiently with a 2-post automotive lift.

1. VROOM! VROOM! Working on the Engine
If the full frame is under the body of the car and you are working on the engine, a 2-post application will make it easy for you to lift the car up off of the engine and the suspension sub frames. This makes the job less involved and complicated.

2. Transmission Repairs
Hoisting the car off of the ground with a 2-post application will also make for easier transmission repairs. They will provide easy access to the transmission from the undercarriage of the vehicle and will prevent causing damage to other vehicle components you would have to bypass when working under the hood.

3. Tire Rotations
When you are doing tire rotations you need all of the wheels to be off of the ground. These lifts are far more convenient then using a car jack and will prevent errors and injuries when you are rotating tires. It will take less time to complete this type of project. Using a car jack can be dangerous because it can easily slip while you are working under the vehicle.

4. Quick and Easy Oil Changes
If you do not want to get dirty while you are doing an oil change, a car lift is the answer. These lifts will give you easy access to the oil pan so you can perform oil changes in less time.

Working on difficult projects or even routine tasks is much easier when you have the right equipment, so it’s time to invest in an automotive lift! You can keep your customers satisfied and get your home projects done quickly so you can enjoy your free time. Shop Eagle Equipment Lifts now.

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