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    • Chery engine & Tranny cross over from another forum(http://buggynews.com/portal.php)

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    • By NHPROEQUIP
      The PRO 2500 is an air/hydraulic 48" Hi Rise Heavy Duty Lift Table. Once the vehicle is loaded and raised to working height, side extension panels can be arranged in a configuration of 2, 3, or 4 to accommodate different vehicles. 4 piece panel (quartered) side extension kit (15 1/4" W x 46" L) with 2 ramps 40" L x 15 1/4" W, and is ideal for Motorcycles, ATVs, UTVs, Trikes, Spyders, Golf Course Equipment, and other commercial use.

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      Air/Hydraulic control unit
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      Table Length With 40" Loading Ramp: 133"
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