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Mobilift Tx Wheelchair Lift For Trains

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The Mobilift TX Wheelchair Lift for Trains is a portable wheelchair and scooter lift designed for use by individuals with mobility disabilities or spinal cord injury. This manual lift has a cranking system that allows a 300-pound passenger to be lifted with 11 pounds of crank force. The unit has large wheels to help negotiate rough terrain, and can be loaded onto any size pickup truck for multi-destination use. The lift can be moved on a hard level surface with four pounds of pressure. The lift has an extension ramp to increase the turning radius for larger wheelchairs, and a floating bridge ramp for alignment. A platform counter balance reduces cranking force. A locking cable is included to prevent unauthorized use. DIMENSIONS (HxLxW): 66 x 72 x 37.5 inches. The platform is 34 x 56 inches and the bridge ramp is 20 x 28 inches. Other optional ramp sizes are available. CAPACITY: 600 pounds. WEIGHT: 298 pounds. WARRANTY: 2 years from date of invoice.


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Mobilift Tx Wheelchair Lift For Trains

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Adaptive Engineering Inc.
Adaptive Engineering Inc. Organization Type: 
419 34th Avenue S.E.
T2G 1V1 Calgary , AB Canada
Email address: info@adaptivelifts.com
Phone: 800-448-4652
Fax: 403-243-9455
Alberta CA
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Handi-Ramp, Inc.
Handi-Ramp, Inc. Organization Type: 
510 North Avenue
60048 Libertyville , IL United States
Email address: info@handiramp.com
Phone: 800-876-7267
Fax: 847-816-8866
Illinois US
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