Filed Under (Tips and Review) by admin on 25-11-2010

Your lift comes packaged as a single unit. A fork-lift, floor-jack or other heavy-lifting equipment may be necessary to separate the components. Exercise caution when disassembling the packaged lift, as shifting may have occurred during shipping. 2] Carefully unpack the lift. Check for any obvious shipping damage. (Remember to report any shipping damage to the carrier and make a notation on the delivery receipt.) 3] Carefully turn the table upright into operating position before removing shipping cable restraint from scissor mechanism. 4] Connect foot-operated air valve to 100 psi maximum air supply. The lift may be damaged and/or personal injury may result if the pressure exceeds the maximum 100 psi rating. 5] Stand clear of lift table, and depress the “UP” side of the foot valve to raise the table. 6] To lower table, lift locking bar from safety latch and lower to next position, or to the floor. 7] Place drop-out cover over drop out opening. 8] Insert ramp mounting pins into holes at either end of table to mount ramp. NOTE: If cycle vise is being installed, ramp must be mounted opposite the cycle vise. OPERATION and MAINTENANCE 1] Loads must be centered on table at all times. Table is rated for a maximum load of 1,000lbs. 2] Loads must be firmly positioned and secured on table at all times. 3] All moving parts have been lubricated at the factory and should be re-lubricated every six (6) months to prevent problems. Grease points are located at each end of frame pivot shaft and at top ends of inside frame assembly. 4] Lightly oil cylinder rod when it becomes dry. 5] Squirt some oil through bleed hole in plate end of cylinder to lubricate piston and its seal every six (6) months. 6] Pivot shaft set screws should be checked frequently to be sure they are tight. These are located at the top end of the inside frame assembly.