Challenger AR4015XAX 4015series Ex-Length Closed Front 4 Post Alignment Rack 15,000 lbs
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Challenger Lifts’ 4015series 15,000 lb. four post automotive lifts are the complete package for expanding your service offering and revenue potential. The 4015series four post lift comes in several productivity configurations including open front general service flat deck auto lifts and closed front general service flat deck auto lifts and alignment rack vehicle lift packages that support today’s latest camera imaging alignment systems. With the 4015series four post automotive lift, shops are able to service small passenger cars and medium-duty trucks, vans and fleet vehicles on one automotive lift.
The 4015 series 4-post hydraulic auto lifts have a cable lifting design, operate on 208-230v single phase electrical power (optional 3-phase available), have a single point air actuated lock release that disengages all column locks simultaneously for maximum productivity and workflow. 4015series four post auto lifts boast the most working room underneath the runways with the highest rise in the industry at 78”, and the lowest profile runways in the auto lift business at 7”. With large 9 ½” steel pulleys with Teflon® bearings, ½” cable thickness, fully gusseted base plate and top shroud, offset wrapped column design and louvered approach ramps with anti-skid runway surfaces, the 4015series four post lift is built to lift and built to last.
Alignment Rack models include a package of two 7,500 lb. rolling jacks, internal air line system for the dual rolling jacks, flush mount stainless steel turning radius gauges, rear slip plates, multi-position work-steps and automatic wheel stops.
Featuring a maximum wheelbase range of 182 ½” or 210”, the 4015 four post automotive lift accommodates everything from smaller passenger cars and trucks to medium duty fleet operation vehicles for general service. And with a 4 wheel alignment range (Alignment Rack auto lift models only) from 88” to 158”, shops broaden their service capabilities and make more money by performing alignments on all sorts of vehicles.