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12,OOO LB. 2-POSTAUTOMOBILE LIFTIMPORTANT Reference ANSI/ALI ALIS,Safety Requirements forInstallation and Service of Automotive Liftsbefore installing lift.IN60028 July 2013 by Vehicle Service Group. All rights reserved. CO8614.1Rev. - 07/26/2013

Table of ContentsChapter/Paragraph PageImportant Safety Instructions.3Safety Summary.4General Safety Instructions .4Warnings, Cautions, and Notes.41 General Information and Specifications.4General Information.4Specifications .52 Installation and Preparation for Use .6General Information.6Tools and Equipment Required .6Foundation Requirements .6Installation .7Assemble Columns and Uprights .8Installation of Overhead Beam .11Installation of Power Unit.12Installation of Equalizing Cables .12Installation of Overhead Switch.16Installation test.193 Operating Instructions.20Safety Procedures .20Daily Pre-Operation Check (8-Hours).20Controls .21Operation.22Positioning Vehicle .22Raising Vehicle.23Lowering Vehicle .234 Maintenance and Troubleshooting .25Maintenance .25Owner/Employer Responsibilities.25Periodic Maintenance Schedule.25Daily Pre-Operation Check (8-Hours) .25Weekly Maintenance (every 40-Hours).25Yearly Maintenance .26Special Maintenance Tasks .26Troubleshooting.26Motor Does Not Operate .26Motor Functions but Lift Will Not Rise .26Oil Blows out Breather of Power Unit .26Motor Hums and Will Not Run.26Lift Jerks Going Up and Down.28Oil Leaks .28Lift Makes Excessive Noise.285 Safety Instructions.296 Lift Lockout / Tagout Procedure.317 Illustrated Parts Breakdown.322

IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONSWhen using your garage equipment, basic safety precautions should always be followed, including the following:1. Read all instructions2. Care must be taken as burns can occur from touching hot parts.3. Do not operate equipment with a damaged cord or if the equipment has been dropped or damaged – until ithas been examined by a qualified service person.4. Do not let a cord hang over the edge of the table, bench, or counter or come in contact with hot manifolds ormoving fan blades.5. If an extension cord is necessary, a cord with a current rating equal to or more than that of the equipmentshould be used. Cords rated for less current than the equipment may overheat. Care should be taken to arrangethe cord so that it will not be tripped over or pulled.6. Always unplug equipment from electrical outlet when not in use. Never use the cord to pull the plug from theoutlet. Grasp plug and pull to disconnect.7. Let equipment cool completely before putting away. Loop cord loosely around equipment when storing.8. To reduce the risk of fire, do not operate equipment in the vicinity of open containers of flammable liquids(gasoline).9. Adequate ventilation should be provided when working on operating internal combustion engines.10. Keep hair, loose clothing, fingers, and all parts of body away from moving parts.11. To reduce the risk of electric shock, do not use on wet surfaces or expose to rain.12. Use only as described in this manual. Use only manufacturer’s recommended attachments.13. ALWAYS WEAR SAFETY GLASSES. Everyday eyeglasses only have impact resistant lenses, they are notsafety glasses.SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS3

Safety SummaryGeneral Safety InstructionsThis summary describes physical and chemical processes that may cause injury or death to personnel, or damage to equipment if not properly followed. This safety summary includes general safety precautions and instructions that must be understood and applied during operation and maintenance to ensure personnel safety andprotection of equipment. Prior to performing any task, the WARNINGs, CAUTIONs, and NOTEs included in thattask should be reviewed and understood.Warnings, Cautions, and NotesWARNINGs and CAUTIONs are used in this manual to highlight operating or maintenance procedures, practices,conditions or statements that are considered essential to protection of personnel (WARNING) or equipment(CAUTION). WARNINGs or CAUTIONs immediately precede the step or procedure to which they apply. NOTEsare used in this manual to highlight operating or maintenance procedures, practices, conditions or statementsthat are not essential to the safeguarding of personnel or equipment. NOTEs may precede or follow the step orprocedure, depending on the information to be highlighted. The Headings used and their definitions are as follows.Highlights essential operating or maintenance procedure, practice, condition, statement, etc. that if not strictlyobserved, could result in injury to, or death of, personnel or long term health hazards.Highlights essential operating or maintenance procedure, practice, condition, statement, etc. that if not strictlyobserved, could result in damage to, or destruction of equipment.NOTEHighlights essential operating or maintenance procedure, practice, condition, or statement.1 General Information and SpecificationsGeneral InformationThis lift is a 12,000 lb. capacity, two-column lift. The safety system in this lift is attached to the back of the carriage to provide a single point release that saves time when operating. This lift is equipped with two heavy-dutydirect-drive cylinders to provide consistent power to the lift.An electrical-hydraulic power unit included with the lift will provide up to 3000 psi of hydraulic pressure to actuate the cylinders.4

SpecificationsThe specifications are shown in the following table.Basic nA. Rise HeightB. Adjustable Overall HeightC. Width OverallD. Drive ThroughE. Floor to Overhead SwitchF. Front Arm ReachG. Real Arm ReachH. Lifting Pad HeightLifting Pad Height w/Short Ext.Lifting Pad Height w/High Ext.I. Between ColumnsLifting CapacityMax. Load Per ArmCylindersMotorVoltageSpeed of RiseValue82-1/2 in., Highest position, with long truck adapter165 in. Standard Setup; 177 in. High Setup150-3/8 in.109-1/2 in.159-3/8 in. Low, 171-3/8 in. HighMin. 38-1/2 in./Max. 57-1/2 in.Min. 38-1/2 in./Max. 57-1/2 in.6 in.10-1/2 in.14-1/2 in.123-1/4 in.12000 Lbs3000 Lbs per armDual Cylinder, Direct Drive2 HP208v - 230v60 Seconds5

2 Installation and Preparation for UseGeneral Information1Any freight damage must be noted on the freight bill before signing and reported to the freight carrierwith a freight claim established. Identify the components and check for shortages. If shortages arediscovered, contact lift manufacturer immediately.2Consult building owner and / or architect’s plans when applicable to establish the best lift location. The liftshould be located on a relatively level floor with 4 in. minimum thickness, 3000-psi concrete slab that hasbeen properly cured. There can be no cracks in the slab within 36 in. of the base plate locations, and noseams in the foundation within 6 in. of its’ location! Remember: any structure is only as strong as thefoundation on which it is located!3 This lift has two set-up dimensions as below:a) STANDARD set-up1) Overhead Clearance: 165 in.2) Ceiling Height Required: 167 in.b) HIGH set-up1) Overhead Clearance: 177 in.2) Ceiling Height Required: 179 in.NOTECheck for ceiling clearance first to see how high the lift can be set up in your bay.Tools and Equipment RequiredThe installation of this lift is relatively simple and can be accomplished by two men in a few hours. The followingtools and equipment are needed: Appropriate lifting equipment AW 32, 46 or other good grade Non-Detergent Hydraulic Fluid DEXRON III or ATF (10 quarts) Chalkline and 12' Tape Measure Rotary Hammer Drill with 3/4 in. Drill Bit. Core Drill Rebar Cutter recommended Transit and a 4' Level Sockets and Open Wrench set, 1/2 in. thru 1-1/2 in. (1-1/8 in. for 3/4 in. Anchors) Locking Pliers, 8mm Socket Head WrenchFoundation Requirements6

Columns are supported only by anchoring in the floor. DO NOT install on asphalt or other similar unstable surfacefailure to follow the requirements of the following step could result in damage to, or destruction of equipment.Assemble Columns and UprightsConcrete And Anchoring Requirements