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A long boom version of our popular ML500

Its extra boom reach and heavy duty inch makes this the ideal crane for pickups, flatbeds and dropsides - perfect for loading items of plant such as motors, pumps and compressors.

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Safety Instructions video for UK crane manufacturer Penny Hydraulics Ltd range of SwingLift vehicle mounted cranes for pickups and vans.

Features

  • Lifts 500kg in all configurations of boom position
  • Easy to use wander lead remote control
  • Easily demountable
  • Low crane weight from 76kg
  • Overload protection
  • Compact design folds away when not in use
  • Manual boom extension with three height settings

Options

  • Down-rated versions available
  • 12v or 24v operation from vehicle battery
  • Extra rope length up to 12m/40'
  • Manual stabiliser leg
  • Stabiliser/outrigger pads
  • Radio remote control
  • Additional pillar height
  • Battery protection
  • Lifting accessory kit
  • Socket mounting
  • Easily installed at our own premises or by a suitably qualified vehicle body builder
  • Powder coated finish

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MPS Greenford
MPS Greenford
"Very flexible with a positive attitude "
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Vauxhall
"I am suitably impressed with the installation. Thanks to you and your team for all the hard work."
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Patchway Labour Club & Institute Ltd
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