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With regards to the drips, I have a ton on the mustang. I think it might have more random fluids leaking out of it than the 911. The lift came with a couple of plasitc drips trays, but since the paint on the turbo is still in great shape, and its under the Mustang, I cut up some leftover plywood and have it laying in the valley between the ramps. On top of the plywood is a couple of layers of cardboard, that also fits down in the valley between the two ramps. It looks neat, and definitely will keep any random fluids off the turbo.

When I work on the car on the lift, either the mustang or the 911, it only takes a second to move the cardbaord.

Bill
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