Lift Mate Boat Lift Motor and the PWC Hoist Motor - Universal! Attaches to ANY 2 inch wheel!
The Lift Mate Boat Lift Motor and the PWC Hoist Motor can provide boat owners with more luxury than ever before. You no longer have to use a manual boat lift since this one is electric. It is easy to use and can attach to any boat lift that has a two inch wheel. It is able to lift up to 5,000 pounds. The motor and the durable weather resistant wheel do all of the work for you, which makes life a bit easier. Weeders Digest has sold hundreds of these motors and customer satisfaction is at an all time high. Make raising or lowering your boat easier and more enjoyable by using this Lift Mate Boat Lift Motor.
- Fits any boat and pontoon lifts with a 2 inch wheel
- Makes raising and lowering your lift effortless
- Simple and easy to install and use
- Use the switch or optional remote control
- No longer have to worry about lifting or lowering your boat manually
- Lifts up to 5000 lbs
- All aluminum bracket and drive wheel
- One year warranty
- Includes the fittings, wiring harness, switch, circuit breaker, elastic strap and the easy to follow instructions
- Low maintenance
- Comes in DC 12V or AC 110V models
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This boat lift motor works well with freestanding boat lifts, pontoon lifts and some PWC lifts. Raise and lower your boat lift or hoist with the flip of a switch or using the optional remote.
The Lift Mate fits all boat lifts with a 2 inch wheels.
Some of the lift brands that the lift mate fits include: EZ-Roll, Feighner, Floe, Great Lakes, Harbor Master, Hewitt, Lake Shore, Newman Boat Launcher, NuCraft, Port-A-Lift, Reimann & Georger, Shore Master, Shore Mate, Shorestation by Midwest Industries Inc., Starr, Station Master, Triton/Aquamatic, Vibo, All Pontoon lifts and many others.
The Lift Mate Boat Lift Motor an PWC Hoist Motor provides you with an electric powered boat lift instead of having to use a manual one. The Lift Mate easily attaches to any boat lift with a 2 inch wheel and can lift up to 5,000 pounds. Save your muscles and have the motor do the work for you. This is always something that a lot of boaters have the most trouble with – now you do not have to. Weeders Digest has sold hundreds of these and have yet to hear from an unsatisfied customer. We often hear from customers that they just wish they knew about the lift mate years ago as it makes raising and lowering their boat or PWC so much more enjoyable - Make the switch today!
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I've had this same boat lift motor for 12 years and it has never failed me. This year I ordered the same one for my son who as a 22ft I/O with a v-8 engine. It handles lifting it on a cantilevered lift with ease. The attachment mechanism is geniu
I love this product. I was easy to install and handles my cantilever hoist with ease. I did have to get my own bungee cord as the supplied cord was too short....a minor thing. For the money this is an excellent value.
This boat lift motor works really well. My boat and motor weigh about 3300 lbs and it lifts them with ease. My only complaint was that it is a bit noisy to use. I spent a few minutes lining up the wheel and the lift motor and that helped quiet it down. I use my deep cycle trolling motor battery to power it and that works fine and recharges from my solar panel in about 4 hours.
Worked great but the only suggestion would be to include a longer bungee cord as the included one was only about 6in and a 12in was needed.
My biggest concern was: Will this thing turn the wheel on my boat lift? And the answer is yes. I have a 3500 lb rated lift with a 3000 lb boat. It was really hard, unpleasant cranking every time I returned the boat to the lift. The product works as advertised and I am happy with it. Installation was not straight forward because my lift has a diagonal support beam which is not addressed in the instruction manual. I installed it and had it running perfectly within one hour. (Also, I installed it myself. I didn't need a second person to help.)
The motor itself is great, however the instructions are terrible! They'd be better off just to send the picture of it mounted on a lift, because if you read the directions you're confused. Starting with step one. They tell you to stand in front of the lift and determine if your winch is on the right or left side. WRONG!!! You need to stand along the winch side, facing the side to determine which application you have. And it just gets worse from there. I have a Shore Master lift and we just went off the picture on the front. Much less confusing. Also, this is definitely a two person job. There's no way one person can mount this by yourself.