1,000 POUND CAPACITY MOTORCYCLE / ATV LIFT RML-600 INSTALLATION AND OPERATION MANUAL

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

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6 RML-600 Instructions 1. Center load on table – 1000 lb. maximum. 2. Connect to 100 PSI maximum shop air. 3. Keep safety bar in position at all times – except when lowering. 4. Keep hands and tools from under carriage. 5. Do not mount table when in elevated position. 6. Do not ride vehicle onto lift. 7. Lift must be in the lowered position when moving. 8. Only trained persons should operate Air Lift. 9. The working area should be sufficiently lit. 10. Foot controller should be at least 3 feet away from Air Lift during raising and lowering operation. 11. Lift is recommended for indoor use only. nstallation Instructions The Cycle Vise mounts directly onto the RML-600. Align two inside holes of the fixed clamp over the existing vise hole pattern as shown. Align the moveable clamp with the locating corner hole. CYCLE VISE
8 1. Insert pipes from extension panel package through holes in lift table. 2. Mount panels on ends of pipe on each side of table. With ramp hole to outside. 3. Insert M8 BOLTprovided through holes in each end of pipe. 4. Secure ramp extensions to ramp with bolts provided. Make sure ramp hooks are positioned on the outside. 5. Stabilization bar directions – Unscrew cap from one of the ends of the stabilization pipe. 6. Insert bolt in drilled out hole and tighten with nut. Slide pipe through the stationary square tubing on the lift legs. Insert the other bolt, tighten down with nut. Put on the other cap and tighten. Installation Instructions (Optional) 12″ Side Extensions
9 POSITION THE 13″ EXTENSION OVER THE EXISTING TABLE AS SHOWN AND ATTACH WITH FOUR M8 CAPSCREWS, NUTS AND LOCK WASHERS PROVIDED. EYE BOLTS ARE ALSO PROVIDED WITH THE EXTENSION KITAND MAYBE INSTALLED AS SHOWN USING M8 HEX NUTS AND LOCKWASHERS

Titan 1500-XLT INSTALLATION, OPERATION, And MAINTENANCE MANUAL

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Filed Under (Titan) by admin on 01-11-2010

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UNPACKING AND SET-UP *REFER TO PARTS LIST FIG. 1 1. Carefully unpack the lift making sure that all of the parts have been included. 2. Remove the lift and all parts from delivery pallet and place on a clean, solid flat surface. 3. Take end of black hydraulic hose and attach to pneumatic/hydraulic pump (48). 4. Raise the lift with pump foot pedal (58) to expose the top of casters. Note: If the lift is not raising level, check to make sure that the wheels (42) are in their tracks. 5. Use the provided Allen wrench and place in top of casters (22) and turn it clock-wise. Raise all four casters until the lift rolls freely. 6. If using the front extension (9), slide the front extension over the front of the deck plate. Use the second and third connecting bars (5) and secure to the deck plate with the pipe guards (3), and R-pins (4), or use short connecting bar (68) without side extensions. 7. If using side extensions (7) then use the connecting bar (5) to assemble the side extensions (7) to the deck plate (8) securing them with the pipe guards (3) and R-pins (4). Slide the side extensions (7) to the deck plate (8). 8. Take ramp stands (43) and screw into bottom ramps (44) (45) and (46). Place the extension ramp (47) over matching holes on the center ramp (45). 9. Take the fixed clamp (10) and bolt to location “B” on the deck plate (8) or front extension (9) using bolts (11), washers (12), lock washers (13), and nuts (14) . 10. Take the movable clamp (16) and bolt to location “C” on the deck plate (8) or front extension (9) using bolts (11), washers (12), lock washers (13) and nuts (14). 11. Insert the tire stop (15) onto the fixed clamp (10) using the pin (60). 12. Place stands (1) on holes located on the end of the deck plate (8). 13. If you have access to compressed air, attach air nozzle to compressed air hose and raise the lift by pressing lever on air nozzle. Requires 70-160PSI. 14. If necessary, raise or lower the adjustment legs (6) to make the lift deck plate level with the ramps.