Scissor Lift – XA14 | Alignment Scissor Lift
Capacity: 14,000 lbs.
Rotary’s new 14,000-pound alignment-ready scissor offers an impressive 193-inch max wheel base. The lift’s front radius gauge area has an extended, lengthened recess where multiple plates can be configured for vehicles with longer wheelbases. This configuration can handle vehicles with wheel bases as little as 85.5 inch to larger trucks and vehicles up to 198 inches.
Get more in that bay and do more with this lift. Couple this lift with our new alignment system which requires little to no room in an alignment bay and you’ll get more than just alignments done. Start thinking outside the box and start thinking Rotary alignment systems.
Versatile, alignment-ready lift!
- Two Adjustable 7,000 lbs.Rolling Jacks Included
- Two Turning Radius Gauges Included
- Folding Ramps With Rear Wheel Chocks
- Air Actuated Rear Slip Plate Locks
- Intuitive Console Controls
- Recessed / Surface Mount Options
- 40″ Between Platforms for More Access
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Versatile Wheelbase Range
Open scissor design saves space and provides greater technician access with true vertical lifting.
Open Front and Rear Design creates space-saving working clearance through the entire middle of lift with open access points for easy movement – front, rear and side to side walk through – for accessing multi-bay projects and tool boxes and when making wheel alignment adjustments.
|Capacity||14,000 lbs. (6350kg)|
|Maximum Rise*||72-3/4″ (1848mm) Surface Mounted|
|Lowered Height||10-3/4″ (275mm)|
|Overall Length||277″ (7035mm)|
|Overall Width||91″ (2310mm)|
|Runway Width||25-1/2″ (648mm)|
|Width Between Platforms||40″ (1015mm)|
|Runway Length||216″ (5486mm)|
|Max. Wheelbase||198″ (5038mm)|
|Max. Two Wheel Alignment |
Max Four Wheel Alignment
Min. Four Wheel Alignment
|195″ (4953mm) |
|Motor/Voltage||5 hp / 230 volt / Single Phase|
|Time of Full Rise||77 seconds|
|Lowering Time||47 sceonds|
|Compressed Air Connection||85-110 psi|
|Recommended Bay Size||14′ x 27′ (4.27m x 8.23m)|
|* Rise measures floor to top of runway at full stroke.|