ROTO MAG 1500 PWC PILING LIFT WITH ROTATION BY MAGNUM
The ROTO Mag 1500 Personal Watercraft Lift by Magnum Boat Lifts allows you to raise your watercraft, then rotate it over the dock, seawall or bulkhead for easy and safe access. This lift is also a ''tube in tube'' design which means that when raised, no portion of the lift remains in the water. This pretty much eliminates electrolysis and marine growth on the lifting cradle.
1,500 lb Lifting Capacity
180 Degree Rotation when raised
6' Arm Length
9' Lift Travel
6' Carpeted Wood Hull Bunks
4' PVC Post Guides
Galvanized Steel Construction
Galvanized Steel Fasteners
Attaches to 8" or Larger Wood OR Steel Pilings
Electric Winch (110V 15A Min)
Polypropylene Track Rollers
Stainless Steel Cable
2 Year Mechanical and 5 Year Structural Limited Warranty
The ROTOMag 1500 offers a 9' max lifting height. The unit comes with an AMS 1500 electric winch with a ground fault protected drum switch. A Gem Wireless Remote system with a range of 100 feet is available as an option for these lifts. The rotation features allows this lift to be rotated 180 degrees over your dock when in the fully raised position. This is an extremely convenient feature for servicing and cleaning your personal watercraft.
Optional Gem Wireless Remote System
Optional Stubby Mount for pilings shorter than 43"- Stubby Mount works with pilings that are least 30" above the deck surface.
Ships direct from the manufacturer
Tracking information will be provided via email when the shipper catalogs the pick-up.
When installing please ensure that the piling is at least 43" above the deck surface.
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4-8 Business Days
Lift - Dock Mount
Lift Cradle Travel:
9' Max Travel
Hull Bunk Type:
Hull Bunk Length:
Dock or Piling Mount
5" under draft of boat to be lifted
Watercraft Weight (Wet):
1,200 - 1,500, 500 - 800, 800 - 1,200
Dock Mount, Electric, Piling, PWC
2 Year Mechanical and 5 Year on Gearing and Structural Components