Heavy-duty power rack built for more clearance

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The Hunter RKHD Heavy-Duty Power Rack now includes longer approach ramps and a redesigned rub rail system designed to create more clearance to easily accommodate lower and longer vehicles. The standard RKHD configuration is 24 inches in height and includes a turnplate section, four runway sections and a pop-up ramp per side; additional runway sections can be added for unlimited wheelbase capacity, and the RKHD also can be installed in shallow-pit configurations of 24- or 30-inch depths.

The truss design provides a 20,000-lb.-per-axle capacity; each leg of the RKHD bolts directly to the bay floor for maximum strength and can be adjusted for level accuracy. The turnplate sections are recessed to accept optional turnplates and include adjustable front wheel stops to facilitate clearance during service operations.

Runway sections are 33 inches in width, making drive-on and drive-off easy and safe without moving the runways, Hunter says; inside rub-rails help prevent smaller vehicles from driving off the sides of the runways. The pop-up ramps are engineered to add wheelbase capacity while making maximum use of the available bay space; back wheel stops automatically engage when the ramps are raised to the up position, and the ramp legs safely lock in the over-center position at maximum rise.

For additional information, go to www.hunter.com.