A hydraulic lifting mechanism for large vehicle trailers.
Features Either A 3-Point Hitch or A Skid Steer Mount Attachment
Utilizes Hydraulic Lifting Power to Easily Lift and Move Any Trailer
Streamlines the Process
Safe and Reliable
Camper Owner Does Not Need to Be Present
Utility Patent - 11,383,680
Story Behind the Invention
Inventor Ronald Thon of Yankton, SD has developed a hydraulic lifting mechanism for large vehicle trailers.As an owner of a storage facility with hefty 5th wheel and goose neck campers and trailers, Ronald would often need the owners of the items to come and move their units. However, the owners were sometimes difficult to reach, or they lived several hours away. In turn, he was inspired to design and build a prototype to move the campers from the indoor storage area to the outdoor storage stalls. This proved incredibly useful, as he was able to move the large campers without any scheduling issues with the owners. Now, Excalibur Lifts has been further developed and is ready for market!The invention is a lifting device that features either a 3-point hitch or a skid steer mount attachment. It utilizes hydraulic lifting power to easily lift and move any trailer quickly and safely. Just drive the invention under the trailer and use the pendant control to raise the unit, move it to its new location, and lower it with ease.Want to learn more about Excalibur Lifts? Be the first to contact us NOW for additional information or for manufacturing, retail, wholesale, distribution, or licensing opportunities!
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