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Quick Facts on Vehicle Lift Installation

  • Exterior lifts plug into a corresponding hitch receiver, including Class I for up to a 200 lb. capacity lift, Class II for up to a 350 lb. capacity lift, or Class III for up to a 500 lb. capacity lift. (It's important to note that the vehicle's hitch receiver does not come with the lift, and must be already installed on the vehicle.)
  • Boom lifts typically require minimal installation by bolting to the vehicle's floor
  • Interior platform lifts mount using existing points, requiring no modification to the vehicle in most installations
  • For power, lifts either features a universal electrical connector that mates with the hitch's existing light connector, or are entirely self-contained with a rechargeable battery pack that powers the lift, where a vehicle plug is not needed.

Note: Although most lifts feature very practical do-it-yourself installation, many are also available with optional nation-wide installation, where a skilled technician will come to your residence to professionally install the lift for you.

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By Mark E. Smith


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