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2014 JLG 400S in Altoona, AL
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Stock Number: 03028620
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2014 JLG, 400S, cranes_lifts, , JLG 400S boom lift. 40ft height. 33ft 6inch reach. 600lb unrestricted platform capacity. 4cyl GM Vortec gasoline Engin...
Ag-Pro of Snead - Website
Altoona, AL - 600 mi. away
2013 Genie GR-15 in Birmingham, AL
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Stock Number: 10139103
2013 Genie GR-15, Mast Lifts Self-Propelled Mast Lifts This vehicle is located in BIRMINGHAM...
UNITED RENTALS - P07 - Website
Birmingham, AL - 632 mi. away
2013 Skyjack SJ16 in Birmingham, AL
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Stock Number: N79490
2013 Skyjack SJ16, Mast Lifts Self-Propelled Mast Lifts This vehicle is located in BIRMINGHAM...
UNITED RENTALS - P07 - Website
Birmingham, AL - 632 mi. away
2013 Genie GR-15 in Birmingham, AL
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Stock Number: 10117642
2013 Genie GR-15, Mast Lifts Self-Propelled Mast Lifts This vehicle is located in BIRMINGHAM...
UNITED RENTALS - P07 - Website
Birmingham, AL - 632 mi. away
2012 JLG 20MVL in Dothan, AL
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Stock Number: 908299RA
2012 JLG 20MVL, Mast Lifts Self-Propelled Mast Lifts This vehicle is located in DOTHAN...
UNITED RENTALS - 828
Dothan, AL - 697 mi. away
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Whether you need to take materials or people to the “next level,” lifts are often the best way to get the job done. When ladders and brute strength aren’t the safest way to reach heights or raise heavy objects, lifts can help with a safe and secure solution. There are a number of different lifts you can select, depending on the specs of your typical job. Research your purchase carefully before making a decision to ensure that you have a lift that will be safe, as well as affordable for your needs.

Lift types include cherry pickers that are typically truck mounted, scissor lifts that have an accordion-type lift mechanism, crane lifts, telescoping lifts, and personnel lifts that are used mainly as ladders to help people reach higher heights than a standard manual ladder. Each model has its own set of weight and height limitations, for the safety of the operator and the people and materials traveling inside the bucket or platform.

Transporting your lift from place to place is also something to consider. Smaller, self-contained lifts that can be easily moved within a job site or warehouse may be a good choice for some. Others may need a vehicle mounted model that can be moved over longer distances. Lift attachments might be the best choice for companies that already have multiple pieces of large equipment.

Be sure to check the licensing requirements of the lifts you are considering before you purchase lifts for your business. Some types may require a certain class or endorsement on the operators driving license and you’ll want to be sure that you have people in place who are able to operate the lifts or that you obtain the necessary training to use your lifts safely.