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Old 05-28-2011, 01:56 PM   #1
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Ricon wheelchair lift, 12v &manual from E350

For sale is a used Ricon wheelchair lift, Mod S2003 manufactured 08/29/01 for 12 Volt and manual operation. I converted my bus to a camper and dont need the lift anymore. It was a great picknick table but now I want the space. It is fully functional. Location Frederick MD, $999 info or photos dc3freightdog@yahoo.com


Stationery Height Installation Usable Usable Floor-to- Traveling

MODEL Frame (folded) Depth Platform Platform Ground Frame Width

Width (folded) Width Length Travel (Max)

S2005 47/1194 54.0/1372.0 14/356 32/813 51/1295 42/1067 40.5/1028.7


Rated Load Capacity..................................Up to 800 lbs / 363 kg

Lift Weight..............................Approx. 340-370 lbs / 154-168 kg

Power .................................................. ............Electro-Hydraulic

Hydraulic Cylinders ..........(2) each,1.5” Power-Up / Gravity Down

Pump Rating @ 12V DC ..................65 amp avg. / cycle 1500 psi

Pump Rating @ 24V DC ..............32.5 amp avg. / cycle 1500 psi

Manual Backup (up) .................................................. Hand Pump

Manual Backup (down)..............................Pressure Release Valve


The new KlearVue™ wheelchair lift from Ricon is the only wheelchair lift witha unique “fold-in-half” design. When the KlearVue™ lift is stowed, it
provides an unobstructed view for the driver, helping to eliminate hazardous
blind spots, allows a clear view for the passengers, and is virtually unseen
from outside. Plus, because the Klearvue™ platform folds when stowed, no
raised-roof modification for your personal vehicle is required – even when a
long platform is necessary for larger wheelchairs and power scooters. Quiet and easy-to-maintain, the Klearvue™ is the wheelchair lift for you.


Advantages:
Unobstructed view from within the vehicle

Added safety benefit of minimized blind spots

Unique folding platform accommodates longer platform scooters and wheelchairs without requiring raised roof or door

Automatic inboard/outboard rollstops

Quiet, smooth operation

Stable and compact when stowed

Permanent, no-lube bearings at all major pivot points

Powerful hydraulic pump

Built-in manual back-up system

Easy to operate and maintain
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Old 05-28-2011, 09:23 PM   #2
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Try disabledealer.com too
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Old 05-29-2011, 06:29 PM   #3
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Re: Ricon wheelchair lift, 12v &manual from E350

thank you for the tip. I waited 4 years before I could decide to sell it. But now I need 7 new tires and that made the decision to sell the lift.
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Bernie, Did you sell this yet? There is a boy at my kids school who became paralyzed this winter snowboarding. We just held a fund raiser for the family since they are not prepared for this kind of adjustment (who is!). Anyway I heard at the event that they are looking for a wheelchair van and had quotes for 40 to 50k. This might be a great option as I have a van to donate and we could just add the lift. They do not have a ton of financial resources. Can you email me if it still available?

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Bernie, Did you sell this yet? There is a boy at my kids school who became paralyzed this winter snowboarding. We just held a fund raiser for the family since they are not prepared for this kind of adjustment (who is!). Anyway I heard at the event that they are looking for a wheelchair van and had quotes for 40 to 50k. This might be a great option as I have a van to donate and we could just add the lift. They do not have a ton of financial resources. Can you email me if it still available?

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You can get really good used vans fully equipped for MUCH less. DO NOT pay for a new one. Many of the used one's have very low miles. DisabledDealer.com and more.
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Thanks J. I am going to see what they need and go from there. I appreciate the resource. I can see how one might get ripped off quick with a van like this. Knowledge is key!
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