Genie Perfect Stop Parking SystemPhotos by Adam Wright
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The only advantage of the Genie Perfect Stop is that the yellow ball is raised to the ceiling when the garage door is closed. Since this doesn't make any difference if the car is parked in the garage, this is no advantage at that time. If the car is not in the garage, than the ball is out of the way when you are working in the closed garage. But if the garage door is open while working, the ball is again down in the middle of the parking area. I usually work in the garage with the door open, so I must be just aware of the Perfect Stop ball as if I used a standard tennis ball indicator. That being said, I do appreciate the highly visible yellow ball, and the secure attachment of the strong dacron string to the ball. I just hang the ball as if I were using a tennis ball, thus accomplishing my goal, while saving the trouble of trying to interpret the not clear installation instructions. (An overall diagram of the final installation would be helpful, instead of several diagrams of what the garage door looks like with no indication of the overall routing of the string, or specifically where point ""B"" is supposed to be).
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