BendPak 5175162 Four-Post Vehicle Lift 27,000 Lbs
27000 lbs. Lifting Capacity, 93.00" Overall Height, 220 VAC / 60 Hz / 1 Ph Motor
If you need a bigger, better four-post lift that can handle a 27,000-lb., Class 7 semi-truck, you need the HDS-27. Bigger sheaves and beefier components carry on our legacy of dependability. If your shop services commercial and/or municipal vehicles, this lift is practically mandatory.
This is where our car lifts really step into the next level of lifting. While the HDS-18E is an entry-level lift in the medium-duty truck category, the HDS-27 is well-suited to take your business well beyond the needs of most private drivers. This garage lift brings you into the realm of construction equipment, commercial flatbed trucks, concrete mixers, garbage trucks, buses, etc.
Every BendPak four-post lift, regardless of lift capacity, is made to exacting standards and gets the job done without undue strain or pain on the equipment. When we rate a truck lift at 27,000 lbs., that means anything at or under that weight limit is a cinch for our lifts to handle. We superbly over-engineer everything, so you can keep the “biggest and baddest” commercial and municipal vehicles up to code and ready for the next great haul.
- 27,000-lb. lifting capacity
- CE Approved and Certified. Meets or exceeds the standards prescribed by European Standard EN 1493
- Supersized 12" diameter cable sheaves
- Galvanized lifting cables
- Grease nipples
- Single hydraulic under-runway cylinder
- Integrated flow restrictor
- Durable powder coat
- Spring-loaded safety locks
- Second lock system on constant guard
- Fully enclosed lifting cables
- Multiple adjustable height locking positions
- Maintenance-free electric hydraulic power system
- Conveniently positioned operator controls
- 12" x 12" base plates
- Non-skid runways
BendPak Limited Warranty (PDF)
Lifting Capacity*- 27,000 lbs.
*Max Capacity / Front Axle - 13,500 lbs.
*Max Capacity / Rear Axle - 13,500 lbs.
A - Min. Runway Height: - 83.5”
B - Max. Rise: - 60”
C - Max. Lifting Height: - 68.5”
Time to Full Rise: - 75 seconds
D - Overall Width: - 154”
E - Outside Length: - 257”
F - Overall Length: - 297”
G - Height of Columns: - 93”
H - Width Between Columns: - 134” (3,404 mm)
I - Drive-Thru Clearance: - 109” (2,769 mm)
J - Runway Width: - 22”
K - Length of Runways: - 263”
L - Width Between Runways: - 38” or 56”
M - Runway Centerline: - 60” or 78”
N - Outside Edge of Runways: - 82” or 100”
Rated Capacity: - 185”
75% Capacity: - 160”
50% Capacity: - 135”
25% Capacity: -110”
Locking Positions: - 9
Lock Spacing: - Every 6”
Motor: - 220 VAC / 60 Hz. 1Ph.
Noise: - 45 dB
- This item ships directly from the manufacturer. It may take an additional 2 business days for BendPak to ship this item.
- Get FREE shipping when your order includes this item and exceeds $99! Ground shipping only in the contiguous US.
- This item ships via Ground Shipping only. Expedited and Air shipping options are not available.
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