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L-16 Crank-Up Lift Crank LiftsFEATURES
One Man, Two Minute Setup
Eighteen Separate Locking Positions
Heavy Duty Self Braking Winch
16' Maximum Lift Height
Adjustable Heavy Duty Leveling Pads
Wheel Kit Included
2 Square Top Tube with .125 Wall
4 Square Base Tube
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