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Invertible Fork Straddle Lift, 400 lb., Lifting Height Forks Up 120", Lifting Height Forks Down 98"
- Item # 11N199
- Mfr. Model # 11N199
- UNSPSC # 24101604
- Catalog Page # 1619
- Shipping Weight 160.0 lbs.
- Item Invertible Fork Straddle Lift
- Load Capacity 400 lb.
- Lifting Height Forks Up 120"
- Lifting Height Forks Down 98"
- Min. Height Forks Down 2"
- Fork Length 22"
- Fork Width 4"
- Base Legs Inside Dim. 22 to 36-1/2"
- Base Legs Outside Dim. 28-1/2" to 43-1/4"
- Overall Length 43"
- Overall Width 29"
- Overall Height 67"
- Load Center 10"
- Frame Material Steel
- Caster Wheel Type (2) Swivel, (4) Rigid
- Rear Caster Dia. 8"
- Front Wheel Dia. 2"
- Rear Wheel Dia. 8"
- Includes Hand Winch for Inverting Forks
Compliance and Restrictions
Item # 11N198Invertible Fork Straddle Lift, 350 lb., Lifting Height Forks Up 142", Lifting Height Forks Down 120"DAYTON
Price $1,566.00 / each
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