There's an outfit called "Direct Lift" that has a 4 poster with 'channels' welded to the runways on each side which one can slide an optional 'jack rack' back & forth on. 'Makes it DARN HANDY to lift the car at one or both ends at the same time to do wheel swaps or whatever.
I'm going to buy one of these myself if my V-8 S-10 doesn't sell pretty soon. I'll then use my existing hoist for "stacking" and the "Direct Lift" as the work horse.
Their Fort Worth number (888-799-8083) would be the one you'd wanna call. (They don't HAVE a website as far as I know.)
I have two of the Direct lifts in my garage. Had them for five years now and so for - no issues. My Ford GT and my GT500 are wide bodies and just fit on the ramps. Make sure you use a spotting system for ease of driving on and off or parking a car under (you would hate yourself if you stripped a mirror off backing out. I use mirrors mounted in front of the lift wit a bulls eye to mark the location of my parking lamps when entering or leaving the garage.
EP, you're right, almost all of them are made in China now :frown'Side note: these are (sadly) "made in China"...as are the majority of hoists sold in the U.S. these days. So, be aware of that. But, they're the only ones I'm aware of that have those channels to slide the hyd jack platform back & forth on.
As for your other point, almost all of them DO have the channels for a jack tray/drip pans
I bought four of the sliding jacks for my lifts (two per lift) - they are $500 a piece. The lifts also come with drip pans - just incase you have a leaker. They come with wheels also - incase you want to move them.I don't have their brochure 'in hand' at this moment, but, I believe they offer at least 2 different widths. That should combat whatever "mirror" issues one may have.
'Side note: these are (sadly) "made in China"...as are the majority of hoists sold in the U.S. these days. So, be aware of that. But, they're the only ones I'm aware of that have those channels to slide the hyd jack platform back & forth on.