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Wheelchair Lift for Pickup Truck

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  1. ALL TERRAIN CONVERSIONS All-Terrain Conversions (ATC) specializes in converting trucks and SUVs into wheelchair accessible vehicles using their patented lift system. Their vehicles offer a solution for those with spinal cord injuries or other illnesses that limit their mobility. Each lift features a lightweight, hydraulic motor that can complete a lift and load cycle in 25 seconds. Depending on the user's needs, the lift can be installed on either the driver or passenger side without compromising the vehicle. Anothe...[More Information]

  2. AMERIGLIDE UNIVERSAL 350 TRUCK BED LIFT Picture of AMERIGLIDE UNIVERSAL 350 TRUCK BED LIFT The Ameriglide Universal 350 Tuck Bed Lift is a scooter or wheelchair loader for pickup trucks designed for use by individuals with mobility disabilities. With the push of a button, this unit can lift almost any mobility scooter or electric power wheelchair into a truck's bed using a boom arm and powered rotation (PR). It can be mounted on either side of the vehicle in most pickup trucks, whether it has an extended bed or an extended cab. Made from weather- resistant materials, the unit has an a...[More Information]

  3. ELAINE ANNE LIFT SYSTEM Picture of ELAINE ANNE LIFT SYSTEM The Elaine Anne Lift System is a wheelchair lift for a pickup truck or sport utility vehicle designed to enable drivers who use wheelchairs to enter and drive the vehicle while remaining in the wheelchair. This lift is available for Chevrolet Suburbans, Avalanche, and Tahoe; General Motors Yukon, Yukon Denalie, and Yukon XL; and Cadillac Escalade, Escalade EXT, and Escalade ESV. It is also available for the Hummer and Chevrolet and General Motors pick-up trucks with crew or extended cabs (0.75-,...[More Information]

  4. EQUALIZER VAN LIFT (MODELS FLC-0300-M25, FLC-0300-M40, FLC-0300-P25, FLC-0300-P40, FLC-0300-E25, & FLC-0300-E40) Picture of EQUALIZER VAN LIFT (MODELS FLC-0300-M25, FLC-0300-M40, FLC-0300-P25, FLC-0300-P40, FLC-0300-E25, & FLC-0300-E40) The Equalizer Van Lift is a van or pickup truck wheelchair lift designed for use by individuals with lower extremity or mobility disabilities or spinal cord injury. This powered lift adapts to most mini-vans, full sized vans, SUVs and pickup trucks, and fits other specialty vehicles such as the Chrysler PT Cruiser. It has a rotation range of 200 degrees. Equalizer 1 (FLC-0300-M25, FLC-0300-M40) is a power lift with manual rotation. Equalizer 2 (FLC-0300-P25, FLC-0300-P40) is a power lift with p...[More Information]

  5. TAILGATER PICK-UP TRUCK LIFT (MODELS FLC-0300-T25 & FLC-0300-T40) Picture of TAILGATER PICK-UP TRUCK LIFT (MODELS FLC-0300-T25 & FLC-0300-T40) The Tailgater Pick-Up Truck Lift is a wheelchair or scooter loader for pick-up trucks designed for use by individuals with lower extremity or mobility disabilities or spinal cord injury. This powered lift with motorized rotation and a powered boom extension enables a power chair or scooter to be lifted from the cargo area of a pick-up truck and positioned beyond the lowered tailgate or next to the truck. Adjustable limit switches automatically stop rotation to prevent lift contact with the vehic...[More Information]

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