BendPak 5175176 Four-Post Vehicle Lift 40,000 Lbs
40000 lbs. Lifting Capacity, 93.00" Overall Height, 220 VAC / 60 Hz / 1 Ph Motor
The HDS-40 four-post lift is the safest, beefiest, biggest, baddest, meanest and every other “-est” word for a truck lift we can use to mean, “It doesn’t get better than this.” This extreme heavy-duty four-post lift can support the weight of a Greyhound™ bus, as well as a mobile home or RV.
- 40,000-lb. lifting capacity
- 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
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Due to the shipping weight and dimensions of this item, it is required that it be shipped to a business address that will have either a receiving dock or fork lift at the delivery destination to allow for the item to be unloaded from the truck/trailer at the time of delivery.
- This item ships directly from the manufacturer. It may take an additional 8 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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