MINI MAG 1200 PWC LIFT WITH ROTATION FOR PILING MOUNT
The Mini Mag 1200 Personal Watercraft Lifts by Magnum Boat Lifts have been designed as a user-friendly solution for storing your watercraft without ropes, cleats or a trailer and also give you the ability to rotate the unit over the dock when in the fully raised position. The Mini Mag uses forklift style arms with carpeted hull bunks to raise and lower your watercraft and its low profile design makes this lift very attractive.
1200 lb Lifting Capacity
5' Arm Length
6' or 8' Cradle Lift Travel
6' Carpeted Wood Hull Bunks
4'' PVC Post Guides
Galvanized Steel Construction
Galvanized Steel Fasteners
Attaches to 8" or Larger Round Wood OR Steel Pilings
Polypropylene Track Rollers
Manual or Electric Winch
Stainless Steel Cable
2 Year Mechanical and 5 Year Structural Limited Warranty
The Mini Mag's track is secured to a piling with supplied galvanized steel mounting hardware. This track is what determines the amount of lift height the lift will provide. The track is available in an 8' upright which provides 6' of lift height, or an optional 10' upright which provides 8'' of lift height. The lift's carriage travels through the track and raises or lowers with the use of a manual or electric winch. The manual option uses a Dutton Lainson DL1500 winch. The Electric option uses an AMS 1000 with Cover.
AC or 12V DC models availableusing the drop-down above.
Ships direct from the manufacturer
DC motor option adds 3 days to shipping time.
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MINIMAG 1200 ROT
5-10 Business Days
Lift - Dock Mount
Lift Cradle Travel:
6' to 8'
Hull Bunk Type:
Hull Bunk Length:
Manual or Electric
AC 110v AMS 1000 with Cover if electric winch option is chosen
Watercraft Weight (Wet):
500 - 800, 800 - 1,200
Manual or Electric
Electric, Manual, Piling, PWC
2 Year Mechanical and 5 Year on Gearing and Structural Components