Mohawk Lifts Introduces the TR-19 and TR-25 Four Post Ramp Lifts

Mohawk Lifts Introduces the TR-19 and TR-25 Four Post Ramp Lifts

Mohawk Lifts' Model TR-19 and TR-25 19,000- or 25,000-lb. Four Post Ramp Lifts allow complete under-vehicle access. The clear floor design allows technicians to freely roll their toolboxes and other shop equipment between the posts.

Mohawk Lifts’ ( Model TR-19 and TR-25 19,000- or 25,000-lb. Four Post Ramp Lifts allow complete under-vehicle access. The clear floor design allows technicians to freely roll their toolboxes and other shop equipment between the posts.

• Surface mounted operation avoids the environmental liabilities and service problems associated with in-ground lifts.
• Indoor or outdoor installation quick and easy.
• Four post design allows complete under-vehicle access for all types of repair without side obstructions like scissors and parallelogram lifts.
• Clear floor unobstructed design allows toolboxes, jacks and other shop equipment to roll freely between the posts.
• Standard 24" wide runways allow greater access for under-vehicle repair giving 48" of clear span access.
• Diamond plate covered approach ramps and runways assure additional traction and infinitely longer service life than traction "coated" flat tracks.

• Mohawk TR-25 lifts RVs, school buses, twin-axle tractors, utility vehicles, cars, trucks and vans. Big or small — Mohawk lifts them all!
• Available up to 9" wider for winged snow plow trucks, large RV mirrors and extra-wide vehicles.

• 24" wide runways allow full service to all types of cars, vans, trucks and buses, without having to adjust the tracks.
• Full 5’9" lifting height at top of tracks for tall technicians.
• Adjustable runways accommodate any vehicle up to either 19,000 or 25,000 lbs.
• Optional 15,000 or 25,000 lb. capacity 110 volt electric/hydraulic rolling jacking beam locks in place upon positioning.

• 20′, 25′ or 30′ runways are made from two parallel 8" steel I beams. (Three I beams on 30′ model; Model TR-19 only available in 20′ track lengths.)
• Heavy-duty 7" x 5" structural steel cross rails.
• Large 10" x 6" top rail is reversible to either driver or passenger side.
• Chain drive – no stretch or fray like cable lifts.
• Specially designed, double sealed, self-lubricating, hardened steel rollers at all chain pivot points.
• Mohawk offers a full 5-year warranty and the industry’s only extended cylinder warranty.
• See specific cylinder warranty for details.

• Multi-position mechanical locks in all four positions.
• Hydraulic safeties using pressure-compensated flow control valves and tamper-proof velocity fuses.
• Single position, two-hand release for safe lowering.
• Mechanical chain synchronization.
• The heaviest construction of any competitive lift. Just compare!

For additional information, call Mohawk at (800) 833-2006, FAX Mohawk at (518) 842-1289 or visit

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