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STANDARD EQUIPMENT

STANDARD EQUIPMENT

Included with all Heavy Duty Zacklifts.  One pair each: 1″ x 2.5″ Fork,
Torsion Bar Fork, 6″ x 6.5″ Fork, 9″ x 4″ Fork,

Chain Fork slotted for 1/2″ to 5/8″ Chain, Chain Attachment Block, Safety Chains,
Multi Positional Fork Receiver, 12″ Reach Extender.

Years of experience and responding to our customers, vehicle changes have led Zacklift
to engineer the most productive set of Standard Equipment in the
industry.

FORKS, RECEIVERS AND EXTENDERS

1 X 2.5 LOW FORK | Ultra low profile engineered to slip under more airfoils with taper-down on one side | Tight 2.5" width fits snugly around axles to avoid shift

1 X 2.5 LOW FORK

TORSION BAR FORKS | 3x2.5" radius fork | Rounded to securely hold torsion bars and front axles "I'd been searching for a fork to use on front axles that would fit tight and not have a lot of movement back and forth. I tried a set of Zacklift's Torsion Bar Forks and they worked so well I bought two more sets." - Ken Mandy, Mandy's Service Center, Edison, NJ

TORSION BAR FORKS

6 X 6.5 BIG SCOOP FORKS | Extra wide transport surface | Increased clearance ability with front taper | For use on front or rear frames and crossmembers | "If we didn't have our Big Scoop Forks we wouldn't be in business. We run them on all our other wreckers too, all our - Millers and Jerr-Dan. I tell everyone I know they've got to have these forks." - Rick Jolley, Jolley's Service Company, Boiling Springs, SC

6 X 6.5 BIG SCOOP FORKS

9 X 4 HIGH FORKS | Tall and stable with 1 1/4 surface | Varied taper angle for greater range | Tow axles, frames or turn sideways for springs

9 X 4 HIGH FORK

CHAIN FORK | Slotted for 1/2" and 5/8" chain | Provides towbar-like hookup for severely damaged front and rear tows.

CHAIN FORKS

CHAIN ATTACHMENT BLOCKS | Blocks slide into end of Zacklift crossbar for quick, safe chain-up

CHAIN ATTACHMENT BLOCK

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UNIVERSAL FORK RECEIVER | Engineered with Zacklift's trademark design, locating the power of steel corner on the 'diamond' instead of the typical square. | Position forks high, low beyond the crossbar; and the closest possible positioning of the load, inward of the crossbar.

Universal RECEIVER

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12" REACH EXTENDER | Exclusive design avoids oil pan damage | Moves large differential away from underlift's crossbar, safely transporting an otherwise impossible load | Engineered for greatest strength by turning high tensile steel on the diamond

12″ REACH EXTENDER

CONTROLS

EQUIPMENT VALVE | Every Zacklift includes American made hydraulics for years of dependable service. Custom roto-molded covers provides weather protection. Hydraulics are factory installed on the FIFTHWHEELER where valve stays with the Zacklift during drive-off. FOR NON-PTO USE, 12V SELF CONTAINED SYSTEM MAY BE SUBBED AT NO ADDITIONAL CHARGE.

STANDARD EQUIPMENT VALVE

25' REMOTE | Zacklift’s include the industry’s highest quality corded remote control for years of trouble-free operation. WIRELESS REMOTE CONTROL OPTION AVAILABLE.

25′ CORDED REMOTE -Wireless Video Option Shown

Zacklift is always listening to their customers. They know the end-user is the expert.

One day I had a tractor trailer broke down in the middle of a busy intersection. First thing the police officer said was, ‘Hurry up, how long will this take, we’ve gotta get traffic moving.’  We’ve all been there. It was a setback axle Freightliner with plastic bumper set real low and low profile rubber. That’s what’s nice about having the right equipment for the job, with Zacklift’s low profile head and angled crossbar, I was able to easily hook-up without double picking.  This is where I thought, if I just had a faster way to safely secure the axle, I could get out of here even quicker. I moved the truck out of the way and the officer thanked me for getting the job done in record time. He said ‘Man, you’re good!’ I didn’t bother to tell him that everyone looks good when they’re operating the best equipment money can buy.  I went back to my shop and built a set of blocks and told Zacklift about them.  They didn’t just make them an accessory. They made them standard equipment.

-Leavenworth, KS

Karl Bardroff

Idea Man, Bardroff Heavy Hauling