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For Sale: Slim Jim PC300 Internal Tail Lift

Date added: 30/09/2019 14:49:38

  • Category: Miscellaneous
  • Year: 2013
  • Price: £275.00

This might be of interest for someone with a miniature traction engine or similar. Up to 300Kg lift. Platform is 650mm wide x 900m deep. (size edited if you've read this ad previously) I'm guessing the whole lift weighs about 140Kg itself. The lift was obtained, (as a working and warrantied item), from an ex-hire fleet a couple of years ago with the intention of fitting it to a Transit for a long slow house move. I actually bought a smaller van, and have now completed moving house without getting round to fitting it. It's always been stored in a dry garage, and obviously during it's prior working life was stored inside a van. I transported it vertically in a 2007 Peugeot Expert over to the new house, so I'm sure it could be fitted to a Scudo/Expert/Dispatch, though probably more applicable to a Transit sized van. It looks like it would fit via the side door as well as the rear, but check that yourself. It's installed with six bolts through the floor with spreader plates underneath (Please note, these are not included in the sale). They are a neat internal design, taking up little floor space, and allowing access to the loadspace via the van doors without needing to fold down a tail lift if it's not necessary for that job. The wiring loom is included, along with the fusable link, and the bridging sheet, so it should be ready to install in the van of your choice. I will supply a printed copy of the brochure and instructions. It's currently on ebay where you can see photos of the actual lift, rather than the sales shot, or please email me and I'll send them on directly. Thanks for looking Bill (07710 476308)

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