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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
Applied Electronics Crank LiftsApplied Electronics manufactures and distributes trussing, portable crank lifts, ground support systems, roof systems, dimmers, lighting controllers, power distribution and other accessories. Applied Electronics supply equipment to Production professionals, Rental Companies, Arena, Film, Television, Schools, Churches, Retail and the Trade show industries.
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