5 YEAR WARRANTY ON STRUCTURE
2 YEAR WARRANTY ON HYDRAULICS
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Air/Hydraulic control unit
2,500 lb Capacity Lift with Maximum Lift Height: 48"
4 Piece Side Extension Kit, expanding the lift table to 60" wide
40" Detachable Drive-On Loading Ramp Set (3) features low angle to protect vehicles and stays positioned on the ground when lift is raised, easily moved aside
Adhesive Back Grip Strips for Loading Ramps Drop Panel for Rear Tire Change Rubber Lined Wheel Vise Super Heavy-Duty Hydraulic Cylinder Assembly
High Quality and Dependable Locking Mechanism
Extra Wide Roller Bearings in Scissor Mechanism Smooth Finish Table Top for Easy Cleanup Work Table has multiple welded cross members underneath to support the heaviest of vehicles Equally Spaced Holes on Table Edges to Accept Tie Downs 9 Position Safety Locking System secures lift in place while working, max height 48"
Grease zerks on X frame maintains smooth operation
Powder Coated Finish for durability
PRO 2500 48" High Rise Air/Hydraulic Lift Specifications:
Weight Capacity: 2500 lbs.
Method of Lift: Air/ Hydraulic
Power Unit: Air Control unit
Full Raised Height: 48"
Low Height: 7.87"
Metal Thickness: 11 gauge steel
Table Length With 40" Loading Ramp: 133"
Table Width without Sides: 29.5"
Table Width with Sides: 60"
Loading Ramps: Main ramp 40"L x 29 1/2"W (1), side ramps 40" L x 15 1/4" W (2)
9 Locking Positions: 22 3/7", 27 1/6", 31", 34 1/4, 37", 39 1/2", 41 3/4", 43 3/4", 45 2/3"
Lift, Air Control, Wheel Vise, and X Wide Side Extensions Weight: 1043 lbs. (4 separate packages)
By Reece K.
I just recently bought a 1994 Yamaha Timberwolf 4x4 from a buddy who had the wheeler sitting in his garage for 7 years. I got it home and fired it up pushed it out of the garage and tried to shift it and it wouldn't shift. First it would click like it was shifting, but the wheeler wouldn't move and when I hit the gas it revved up like I was in nuetral. After trying some more it became stuck in 1st gear and wouldnt shift at all. But it later broke loose agian and acts like it is in neutral again. I took the motor off the machine to make it easier to work on.After asking friends they were convinced it was a clutch problem but after opening up the casing for the clutch I don't see anything out of the ordinary and am concerned that it may be a transmission problem. Any help would be greatly appreciated thank you.
We have a 2wd Bear Tracker that was flooded out by a tornado and I've since been trying to get it right. I've cleared the water out of the tank and now has fresh fuel, and I've opened the carb so many times I could do it blind folded under 10min. She'll fire up as soon as you turn the key and hit the button, even on a cold start, and idles perfectly. But the second you hit the gas it bogs down and dies. I had it running GREAT for about 10-15min once and suddenly ran like shit and limped it back to the house. I've barely got it to move under its own power since. I'm at a loss at this point. Does ANYONE know of something stupid I could've missed? The carb does have a fresh rebuilt kit that I put on about a month before the flood. It was not started until it dried, I cleared the tank and opened the carb the first time. I guess I'm just gonna pull the entire thing apart again and go from there. Maybe another rebuild kit? I'm gonna swear this thing is clean though.
Thanks for any ideas