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FOR SALE: ELEVATOR 1800U ATV UTV LIFT TABLE, INCLUDES SIDE EXTENSION KIT


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Elevator lift tables are made with thick 10 gauge steel, rugged enough to handle the heaviest vehicles. We start with a quality frame and rectangular base, a footprint that ensures safety in lifting and safety in working. The base frame is fitted with a tow bar that accepts a wheel dolly, the base frame is also pre drilled with to accept a wheel kit which allows for easy placement and storage. A safety locking mechanism is built into the base with 4 and 5 settings, depending on the model, to adjust to your height.

Included are front and rear drop down panels make service work easy, and a side extension kit with ramps which expands the width of the table to 56". The side extension kits allow for service of various ATVs and UTVs. An optional side extension kit which expands the lift table out to 68" wide for larger UTVs.

The Elevator 1800 is a heavy duty lift table carries a 2 year warranty and is built beautifully, you will appreciate its excellence.

CALL OUR SHOP 603-234-2612 WITH ANY QUESTIONS.

VISIT WEBSITE FOR FEATURES,SPECS + MORE PHOTOS: https://www.nhproequip.com/elevator-1800u-atv-utv-lift-table-includes-side-extension-kit

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