Rotary Unveils New Scissor Lift at SEMA - Tire Review Magazine

Rotary Unveils New Scissor Lift at SEMA

Rotary has unveiled its new XA14 alignment scissor lift at the SEMA show. The new lift can handle four-wheel alignments on the broadest range of vehicles in its class and is compatible with any alignment system.

Rotary has unveiled its new XA14 alignment scissor lift at the SEMA show. The new lift can handle four-wheel alignments on the broadest range of vehicles in its class and is compatible with any alignment system, including Rotary’s three light-duty, tower-free wheel aligners.

“If it will fit in your bay, you can align it on the Rotary XA14 scissor lift,” says John Uhl, director of lift product management for Rotary parent company Vehicle Service Group.

The XA14 scissor lift offers technicians maximum vehicle access with an open front and rear. It has a rated lifting capacity of 14,000 lbs. and an easily adjustable front radius gauge that can accommodate wheelbases from 85.5 inches all the way up to 193 inches. An integrated rear slip plate allows lateral tire movement during adjustment.

The lift features a simple, robust design that contributes to an affordable purchase price and lower long-term maintenance costs. The XA14 lift comes ready to work with radius gauges and two rolling jacks. It can be surface-mounted or recessed, based on customer preference.

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