BendPak 5175390 Two-Post Vehicle Lift 9k Lbs, Floorplate
9000 lbs. Lifting Capacity, 113.00" Overall Height, 47.50" Front Arm Max. Reach, 72.00" Rise
The XPR-9S two-post lift offers automotive service professionals unparalleled lifting performance and lasting quality. State-of-the-art technology, top-notch materials, a forward-looking design and a 9,000-lb. lifting capacity make this lift a fantastic purchase.
The XPR-9S two-post lift is designed for pros and hobbyists alike. Powerful and secure, this lift is CE Certified and meets or exceeds the standards prescribed by European Standard EN 1493. It features an incredibly rapid lifting speed and robust menu of features to increase efficiency and productivity, all with fewer serviceable parts and reduced maintenance. The results are lower operating expenses and higher productivity. If you’re looking to do more in less time than ever before, this model is the perfect addition to your shop.
These two-post lift models have the capacity to effortlessly lift full-size pickups and commercial vehicles, yet they still provide specific capabilities for sport and compact cars, both foreign and domestic. The XPR-9S is a rugged, open-top model with a 9,000-lb. maximum capacity, making it perfect for garages with low ceilings. When it comes to ease-of-use, our dual-synchro equalization system and user-friendly controls are the stuff of legend.
BendPak is committed to manufacturing the highest quality lifts on the market, which is why our engineers ensure that our lifts are designed, built and tested above OSHA/ALI/ETL standards. The crucial features you see on the XPR-9S are also seen in our heavy-duty truck lift models.
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BendPak Limited Warranty (PDF)
- 9,000-lb lifting capacity
- CE Approved and Certified. Meets or exceeds the standards prescribed by European Standard EN 1493
- Shorter column for low-ceiling installations
- Extended rise gives you over 6 feet of under clearance
- Single-piece columns
- Single-point safety release
- Drop-end arms provide a lower pad height
- Chain lifting system combined with dual hydraulic cylinders
- Electric / hydraulic power system
- Large 20" x 19" steel base plates
- Self-lubricating dura-glide polyethylene bearing system
- Safety locks in each column spaced every 3-inches
- Plated arm restraints and arm pins for rust prevention
- Heavy-duty dual 3/8" equalizer cables with oversize cable sheaves
- 4-piece 63 mm stackable adapter set comes standard
- 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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