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17-10-2011, 19:11   #1
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electiric tipper

hope this is the right place for this im looking for an hydrolic tipper that will work of a battery im building a tralier for my quad and i want to fit it to it im looking for a second hand one any help would be great
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17-10-2011, 19:19   #2
 
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You will get what you need of an old tail lift or a wheelchair lift on a minibus.

Make sure it is 12v and not 24!
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17-10-2011, 19:27   #3
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Thanks for the relply would that do it would there be enough power to tip a fairly heavy load how would ya know if it was 12 or 24 volt
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The bigger the width of the ram, the heavier a load you would be able to tip.

It will be printed on the side of the motor
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Second what Slidey said above. A 2nd hand electro/hydralic powerpack from a taillift or similar should do what you need. That should be enough to drive whatever frame & ram you make up.

You should get them from about 150 - 250 depending what you need and whether it's 12v / 24v. I know someone that normally has 24v s/h units but I'd have to ask if he has any 12v. Let me know if you're still looking.
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Second what Slidey said above. A 2nd hand electro/hydralic powerpack from a taillift or similar should do what you need. That should be enough to drive whatever frame & ram you make up.

You should get them from about 150 - 250 depending what you need and whether it's 12v / 24v. I know someone that normally has 24v s/h units but I'd have to ask if he has any 12v. Let me know if you're still looking.
hi im still looking for one of these if that guy has any let me know thanks
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hi im still looking for one of these if that guy has any let me know thanks
Hi eire1990, I dropped you a PM with his number. Try him and see if he has anything.
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