Dannmar
D2 12 C And D2 15 C 1

Dannmar debuts two new lifts for pickups, MD trucks

Aug. 8, 2022
The two clear-floor, ALI-certified truck lifts offer rated load capacities up 15,000 lb., according to the manufacturer.

Dannmar this week introduced two symmetric heavy-duty two-post lifts that are big and tough enough to service pickups and loaded medium-duty trucks but versatile enough to handle cars.

Both the D2-12C and D2-15C lifts feature a clear-floor design to make it easy to roll equipment under the lift, oversized 53-inch carriages for strength, triple-telescoping arms to reach a range of manufacturer-recommended lifting points, and extended-height top beams to provide the clearance that work trucks need.

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“Whether you’re running a professional shop or looking for a heavy-duty lift for your home workshop, the Dannmar D2-12C, and D2-15C are durable, dependable, and affordable choices,” said John Vera, a Dannmar product specialist. “We build the Dannmar lifts in the same factories as the world-renowned BendPak lifts, so you know you can trust the quality.”

The D2-12C has a rated load capacity of 12,000 lb. and a maximum lifting height of 80 inches. Its adjustable top beam can accommodate wide or narrow installations. The D2-15C is rated to 15,000 lb. Its two columns are widely spaced to accommodate truck towing mirrors. It has a maximum lifting height of 83 inches.

Safety and productivity features on both lifts include dual-synchro equalization systems for synchronized lifting, mechanical locks spaced every 3 inches, automatic arm restraints, and single-point safety release. Both lifts are independently tested and ALI-certified to meet industry safety and performance standards.

The D2-12C and D2-15C both come with a 16-piece specialty adapter set that includes four 6-inch stackable adapters, four 3-inch stackable adapters, four polyurethane contact pads, and four frame cradle pads so you don’t need to buy additional adapters to put the lifts to work.

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