BendPak 5585178 Four Post Lift, 9,000 Lb Capacity, 110V
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This space saving Car lift from Bendpak has a 9,000 lb capacity. This is a great way to maintenance or store your vehicles. This lift is fitted with 4 heavy-duty galvanizedl lifting cables and a single hydraulic cylinder. All lifting cables are enclosed within the structure to keep the appearance tidy. Each lift has multiple height locking positions. 10"x12" base plates are used to ensure a solid foundation.
- Powder coated to handle the harshest of environments
- 9,000-lb. maximum lifting capacity
- No special foundation is required for installation
- CE Approved and Certified. Meets or exceeds the standards prescribed by European Standard EN 1493
- Freestanding design
- Perfect for parking, storage and service
- Oversized self-lubricating cable rollers
- Multi-position safety locks in each column
- Adjustable lock ladders
- Runways feature non-skid surface
- Push-button pneumatic safety release
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