The HD-9XL is your 9,000-lb. capacity rugged lifting solution when you need to lift a car or truck with a longer wheelbase. At 188”, the runways on this four-post parking lift are two feet longer than the ones on our standard-length HD-9.
The HD-9XL four-post lift features that accommodate longer wheelbases. Car collectors who like those long, old Chevys can rejoice: this lift is for them. There are likewise plenty of other long-wheelbase vehicles that will sit more comfortably on this lift. Garages need a little more space to accommodate it, but not by much.
Wider, sturdier cable sheaves reduce friction against the cables and increase the lifespan of the parking lift. These rugged sheaves are more expensive to manufacture, but it’s worth every penny, for us and for you, because better sheaves protect both lifts and lives.
When you’re preparing to park on a car lift, it’s important to understand the height you need to lock the runways at. The heights of the stacked vehicles, as well as your ceiling height, need to be factored in. Your BendPak has lock positions every few inches. There’s so much versatility in how you park, you can fit virtually endless combinations of vehicles.
Powerful, aircraft-quality cables each have a 14,000-lb. capacity. So, four of them combined can lift 640% more than the capacity of the car lift. This kind of over-engineering is necessary to ensure your vehicle can be safely left on top of the raised lift for as long as you want.
BendPak offers fully integrated electric-hydraulic power units that are always placed within easy reach on one of the parking lift columns. The units never need maintenance and practically take care of themselves for the entire duration of ownership.
Safety systems are worthless without the right structural supports. We’re not afraid of a little overkill here and there, so our 10” x 12” base plates are made so stable, you don’t even need to bolt the lift down. This is especially true if you plan on using the caster kit with your car lift.
Add wheels to your four-post lift if you want to adjust where you park. Since the HD-9XL is also a maintenance lift, the casters let you reposition the lift for purposes other than parking. Roll it across most flat, smooth surfaces. You can even keep a car parked on top while you move it.
Each BendPak parking lift holds its components within its posts. This maintains a cleaner appearance and prevents accidental damage and wear.
When you park on top, you don’t want to climb up Mt. Olympus. That’s why BendPak runways are low-profile and accommodate virtually any vehicle type. Low ground-clearance cars and low-suspension trucks are welcome to board.
Extending the approach ramps makes loading low ground-clearance vehicles faster and safer. Shorter ramps usually result in scratches to the front bumper.
The HD-9XL four-post lift features spring-loaded locks that click into place as the lift rises. They lock automatically every few inches, so each time you hear one engage the lock, you know even a catastrophic hydraulic failure will not ruin your day (or life). They also release simultaneously as the lift descends, and a secondary slack-cable detection system prevents operators from raising or lowering the parking lift in the unlikely event that slack develops in one or more of the lifting cables.
– CE Approved and Certified. Meets or exceeds the
standards prescribed by European Standard EN-1493
– Freestanding design
– Perfect for parking, storage, and service
– Runways accommodate narrow and standard vehicles
– Runways include a rail-kit for optional accessories
– Single hydraulic cylinder mounted underneath runway
– Fully enclosed lifting cables, safety locks, and sheaves
– Internal anti-sway slider blocks in each column
– Oversized self-lubricating cable rollers
– Features heavy-duty 3/8” aircraft cable
– Rugged 1.25” roller axles
– Runways feature non-skid surface
– Push-button pneumatic safety release
– Independent backup slack-cable safety latches
– Customizable power unit location
– Removable approach ramps
– Longer approach ramps for low-clearance vehicles