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1,000 Lb. Capacity Motorcycle Lift With Drop Out: Model Stdml-10c on 2040-parts.com

US $551.00
Location:

San Gabriel, California, US

San Gabriel, California, US
Item must be returned within:14 Days Refund will be given as:Money back or exchange (buyer's choice) Return shipping will be paid by:Buyer Restocking Fee:20% Return policy details:All returned merchandise will require authorization. Freight to and from the manufacturer is the customer's responsibility. The item must be unused, in the same packaging and must be in a new resellable condition. A 20% restocking fee is applied to items purchased in error and credit is given. Returns for exchange on incorrectly purchased items will only receive a return shipping fee Returns Accepted:Returns Accepted Part Brand:Standard Lift & Equipment, Inc Manufacturer Part Number:STDML-10C Warranty:Yes

Lift Gate – If a shipment being delivered to a facility without a loading dock which requires specialized lift gate service, a $95.00 fee will apply to the order. 
Residential Delivery – If a shipment is to be delivered to a residential area, a $95.00 fee will apply to the order.


MODEL STDML-10C


The STML-10C air powered lift table is designed and built for the commercial user with the style and finish to look great in any motorcycle enthusiast's garage. The STDML-10C would make a great addition to any garage.
A smooth deck formed using 12 gauge steel provides a heavy duty easy to clean surface. The STDML-10C has four locking positions, a drop out panel for rear wheel removal and the vise and foot pedal are included with this lift.


Features

  • 1,000lb. Lift Capacity
  • Commercial Grade
  • Smooth Deck
  • Large Pneumatic Cylinder
  • Rear Drop Out Panel
  • 4 Locking Positions
  • Easy Foot Pedal Operation
  • Drive On Ramp Included
  • Wheel Vise Included

Specifications

MODELSTDML-10C
Capacity1,000 lbs
StylePneumatic
Lowered Height7"
Raised Height30"
Work Surface84" x 24"
Table Construction12 ga. Steel
Wheel ViseIncluded
Air Required90-100 psi




On Aug-06-13 at 22:48:40 PDT, seller added the following information:

When the goods deliver, please check the item before you accept the shipping item and sign shipping document.

If you find:

1. The box is broken, and the number of item does not match

2. The Item is damaged

These two cases please refuse to sign, or indicate the situation on the document, and then email us a copy. We will deal with the transport company.

Make sure to check and correct before you agree to sign!!

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