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Torin Big Red Symmetrical Two-Post Lift - 10,000-Lb. Capacity, 69in. Max. Rise, Model# T10000-2OH-A

Item# 790036
The Torin Commercial Series Symmetric Clear Floor Lift is designed for high-clearance ceilings and a wide floorspace. Features two heavy-duty hydraulic cylinders, a hook and ladder safety latch system, adjustable lift pads and a wide base. Drive-Thru Clearance in. 103, HP 3, Lift Capacity lbs. 10,000, Motor Phases 1, Overall Height in. 144, Overall Width in. 141 1/2, Pad Height in. 4, Time of Full Rise seconds 60, Volts 220, Max. Rise in. 69. 10,000-lb. lifting capacity High overhead clearance Hook and ladder safety latch system Symmetric equal length adjustable lifting arms Low-profile lifting arms 2.0+/- diameter cylinders Aircraft-quality equalizing cables Matted powder-coat finish
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Customer Reviews for Torin Big Red Symmetrical Two-Post Lift - 10,000-Lb. Capacity, 69in. Max. Rise, Model# T10000-2OH-A
Review 1 for Torin Big Red Symmetrical Two-Post Lift - 10,000-Lb. Capacity, 69in. Max. Rise, Model# T10000-2OH-A
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Nice Solid Lift

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April 25, 2013
By AdrianZ
from Massachusetts
" I installed the lift myself in my new garage with the help of a few friends. The lift works great and has a very solid feel to it. The instructions need some help but if you have some common sense you can figure out how things go together. It looks like a bad chinese translation. Be sure to install the top support bar the correct way around, as there are pre-tapped holes for the hose hangers on only one side. They need to line up with the holes on the sides of the posts. The documentation doesn't mention that, and I ended up tapping the holes myself since I was too far into it by the time I noticed. "
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