Two new saddle adapters and other design updates to the MOD30 inground lift from Rotary Lift offer greater vehicle clearance and flexibility, the company said.
“Technicians and fleet maintenance managers love the MOD30’s versatility, productivity, user-friendliness and proven performance,” said Doug Spiller, Rotary Lift heavy duty product manager. “Through our focus on continuous improvement, Rotary Lift has partnered with key customer fleets around the country to develop new saddle adapters and other design enhancements to make the MOD30 even better.”
The MOD30 uses either two or three hydraulic posts to lift vehicles. A new lower-profile version of Rotary Lift’s patented universal saddle adapter for the front post offers the same reach as the standard saddle, while providing greater clearance between the lift and the truck.
For the rear post, the company is now offering a “six-pack” adapter featuring six receptacles that can hold multiple inserts that swivel 360 deg. as well as sliding left and right to allow users to lift the vehicle at recommended spots.
Technicians can operate the MOD30 while standing at an upright control console, which also provides lift status, operation and maintenance information, online training guides and programmable wheelbase settings to save technicians time.