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SAVE BIG! Need a lift? New Larin ® Hitch Lift easily handles up to 500 lbs.!
No more back-breaking labor to get heavy machinery, appliances, construction materials and more loaded into your truck. 500W motor runs off your truck's 12V battery to give you 40 amps of power... enough to lift up to 500 lbs. And thanks to a special buy, you save BIG!Handles the heavy stuff:
- Heavy-duty 12V DC motorized cable module lifts from ground level up to 36 1/2"
- Deck plate measures a spacious 30 11/16 x 2 7 1/2"
- Standard 2" receiver bar has multiple pin positions for different tailgate depths
- Built-in adjustable limiting device allows deck plate to match up to truck bed level or ground level
- 21' cables for battery connection
- License plate holder on back of deck plate
- Twin safety outrigger assemblies offer added stability when loading
- Deck plate folds up for travel
- Weighs 137 lbs.
Makes hauling the heavy stuff a lot easier! Order ONLINE Now!
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Larin Hitch Lift is rated out of 5 by 1.Rated 5 out of 5 by Compost Lady from Reliable, Hard Worker! I have had my Larin Lift in continuous use for nearly TWO years now, and it is a workhorse! What used to be a "two-man" job is now easily done by one person (a woman in my case) with the lift. We typically tote 20-30 barrels of food scraps for my composting business per week (year 'round), each one weighing an average of 100 lbs. You can do the math if you're interested, but suffice to say that's a LOT of LIFTING! I have had one repair made to replace a sensor inside the motor, and that was done at no charge while the machine was under warranty. I'm getting ready to buy a second one, just because I can't believe that it can keep on going forever with the heavy use that it gets. Friends that helped me put it together and install it recently admitted to me that they thought this machine would not hold up under the conditions, and they were very impressed with it now :-)My advice- follow the instructions carefully when assembling, do NOT let your teenage son try to ride on it, keep it covered (I don't, but I should), keep the winch oiled, and be nice to the handheld controller (again, I have failed to do this and it still works).Date published: 2016-06-06
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