Hydralift Trike Carrier
Folds for Storage
The Hydralift HLT5498 Trike Lift Carrier Platform is a large oversize platform and storing your RV with this size of a platform on the back of your RV may be inconvenient. Hydralift has made it possible to store the platform vertical or the platform can be completely removed from the Hydralift. The platform is attached to the Hydralift Trike Carrier Lift with four quick release pins by removing these four pins the oversize platform can be completely removed from the Hydralift or reinstalled vertically on the Hydralift for storage.
With the Hydralift Trike Carrier Lift we make storage as simple as possible.
The HLT5498 oversize platform is large and heavy (around 90 lbs). Removing the platform should not be done by your self. To remove the platform Hydralift it will take two strongly persons to remove the platform and place it in the storage position.
No Rear obstruction
Most RV's either have a rear engine compartment door or on many gas chassis RV's you may have a rear storage compartment. With all other power-lifts you may have to remove the power-lift to gain access to the rear compartment. With Hydralift RV motorcycle lifts there is no obstruction to the rear of your RV, this is because when operating the Hydralift RV motorcycle lift the complete lift moves together as one piece out and away from the rear of your RV allowing unobstructed access to your rear storage or engine compartment.
Our Hydralift was a great purchase and as we found out made loading the Harley much easier to load and unload. The Hydralift is easy to use and it works really well. T he dealer was great putting it on and answered all the questions we had. I would recommend a Hydralift motorcycle lift to anyone and we have had quite a few positive comments on the lift.
Dave H, ,
To all of you at Hydralift, The lift has been installed for about ten months now. And it works great. I have carried a Honda Goldwing (1500cc) about four thousand miles without a problem. Loaded it and unloaded it about ten times. One trip I even took my Honda Helix along. Without the Goldwing. Thanks,
Larry S., Missouri , Newell