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Dyer's Docking Systems,

your New Hampshire/ New England Distributor of

Harbor Master Lifts

 

If you're looking for the fastest way to lift your boat, you've found it. You simply press the button on the control and in 30 seconds you have raised your boat completely out of the water. It's that simple. You can even get a remote control to make it more convenient. With computer designed all aluminum construction it is also lighter. Combine the detachable 12 volt self contained power unit with the lighter weight and you will have an easier time moving the lift out of the water in the off season. Harbor Masterís exclusive greaseable pivot points and twin hydraulic cylinders create a combination that is built to last. The biodegradable hydraulic fluid used is environmentally friendly too. Simple, fast and lighter. If that is what you're looking for, this is the lift for you.

LIFT SPECIFICATIONS

MODEL

CAPACITY

LIFT HEIGHT

BEAM

LIFT WEIGHT

DRIVE

LENGTH

HYD40114

4000 LBS

48"

114"

430 LBS

12 VOLT

120"

 

OPTIONS AVAILABLE

CANOPIES, CENTERING STEP RAILS, MOTOR STOP, REMOTE CONTROL, SOLAR PANEL

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Last modified: 10/17/09