Mahle CML-7 -7 Ton Commercial Vehicle Mobile Column Lift - Wireless
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Mahle CML-7 -7 Ton Commercial Vehicle Mobile Column Lift - Wireless

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  • Product SKU: CML-7
$12,078.00

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• Orders received on Fridays after 11am EST will be processed the next business day
All orders shipped to a RESIDENTIAL ADDRESS will be subject to Additional charges from all carriers at this time.
What is LIMITED ACCESS - Commercial / Non-Commercial / Farms Click Here to Read More


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CML-7 - 7 ton (14,000 lb.) Commercial Vehicle Mobile Column Lift - Wireless

MODEL CML-7

Part Number: 485 80094 00

Wireless Mobile Vehicle Column Lifts

The patented Gray Wireless Portable Lift System improves a shop's safety, productivity and flexibility. The wireless lift system family will lift a wide variety of vehicles allowing technicians to safely and efficiently complete preventative maintenance tasks prior to major component repair.

  • Heavy Duty Lifting Capacity. 14,000 lb (CML-7) and 19,000 lb (CML-9) per column capacity options. Wide base available in 19,000 lb capacity (CML-9W).
  • Intelligent. Patented wireless smart lift technology.
  • Simple. Tablet-based touch screen with on-board manuals, videos and internet.
  • Broad Application. Heavy duty through light duty vehicles.
  • Fully Adjustable Carriage. 12" forks supports wheel diameter from 5" to 24.5"
  • Patent Pending. Down-stop visual safety system.
  • Adjustable. Lift height 69" (1753 mm)
  • 24 volt mobile column, with a wide, adjustable carriage for over-sized tire engagement
  • Features the industry's original wireless communication system, state of the art touch screen graphic control system, and a patented self-centering adjustable carriage, providing the user with the most reliable and safe lifting environment
  • No external wires or cords providing clear and safe access to the undercarriage of the vehicle
  • When used at full operating height the user is provided with a lift height of 69 inches of free-and-clear access perfect for preventative maintenance; transmission removal and installation; clutch replacements; and with singe and paired operation make easy work of axle, brake, and wheel work

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CML-7 - 7 ton (14,000 lb.) Commercial Vehicle Mobile Column Lift - Wireless

MODEL CML-7

Part Number: 485 80094 00

Wireless Mobile Vehicle Column Lifts

The patented Gray Wireless Portable Lift System improves a shop's safety, productivity and flexibility. The wireless lift system family will lift a wide variety of vehicles allowing technicians to safely and efficiently complete preventative maintenance tasks prior to major component repair.

  • Heavy Duty Lifting Capacity. 14,000 lb (CML-7) and 19,000 lb (CML-9) per column capacity options. Wide base available in 19,000 lb capacity (CML-9W).
  • Intelligent. Patented wireless smart lift technology.
  • Simple. Tablet-based touch screen with on-board manuals, videos and internet.
  • Broad Application. Heavy duty through light duty vehicles.
  • Fully Adjustable Carriage. 12" forks supports wheel diameter from 5" to 24.5"
  • Patent Pending. Down-stop visual safety system.
  • Adjustable. Lift height 69" (1753 mm)
  • 24 volt mobile column, with a wide, adjustable carriage for over-sized tire engagement
  • Features the industry's original wireless communication system, state of the art touch screen graphic control system, and a patented self-centering adjustable carriage, providing the user with the most reliable and safe lifting environment
  • No external wires or cords providing clear and safe access to the undercarriage of the vehicle
  • When used at full operating height the user is provided with a lift height of 69 inches of free-and-clear access perfect for preventative maintenance; transmission removal and installation; clutch replacements; and with singe and paired operation make easy work of axle, brake, and wheel work
  • Certification ALI Certified
  • Capacity (Each) 14,000 lb (6,350 kg)
  • Max. Hydraulic Operating Pressure 2,180 psi (15 MPa)
  • Min/Max Wheel Diameter 5 in / 24.5 in (127 mm / 622 mm)
  • Min (2)/Max (4) Lift Height 32 in / 69 in (813 mm / 1,753 mm)
  • Lift Speed (Max Load) 60 in/min (1,524 mm/min)
  • Weight 1,485 lb (674 kg)
  • Height 88.5 in (2,248 mm)
  • Height at Full Lift (157.13 in (3,991 mm)
  • Operating Peak Power 4 HP (3 kW)
  • Operating Voltage 24 VDC Nominal
  • Charger Voltage Required 70-130 VAC @50-60 Hz

This Item Qualifies for FREE LTL SHIPPING  (via Truck)  it applies only to destinations within the 48 contiguous United States. Alaska, Hawaii, and any/all US territories and international orders are excluded.

LTL Freight Shipping Options 
  • LIMITED ACCESS - commercial / non-commercial / Farms(+ $85.00)
  • Lift Gate Is Required.(+$150.00)
  • I have a forklift for unloading Freight at My Business location
  • I have a way of unloading Freight at my location
  • Deliver to local freight terminal for pickup.

Please select one of the choices above BEFORE adding to the cart!

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What is LIMITED ACCESS

Limited access charges were created to compensate LTL carriers for additional time spent at a shipments' pick up or delivery locations and constraints that can result from these specific locations. Limited access is defined as meeting any of the following conditions:

  • Not open to the walk-in public during normal business hours
  • Not having personnel readily available to assist with the delivery or pickup function
  • Not having access to loading dock or platform
  • Sites where carriers are delayed with security related inspections and processes prior to freight tender

Did you know: Some of these high security locations will ask for a driver’s license and drivers have the right to refuse to do so? This causes the carrier to find a driver who is willing to do so, which in turn causes a domino effect or constraint on the daily operations of that particular terminal.

In order to avoid unexpected charges it is best practice to ask the consignee if they have a dock or way to unload the freight and ask them if they need a liftgate for delivery. Liftgates are commonly associated with limited access and if the consignee advises they don’t need a liftgate let them know that if the driver offers a liftgate and if it is used or signed for even though it was not used, there will be an additional fee charged to them.

Limited access fees can be assessed on both commercial and non-commercial delivery sites. Charges and what constitutes as a limited access will vary based on carrier, but here are some of the most common examples:

  • Camps, Carnivals, Fairs
  • Churches, Mosques, Synagogues, Temples
  • Schools (not including colleges and universities)
  • Colleges and Universities without a dock
  • Medical/Urgent care sites without a dock
  • Prisons
  • Individual / Mini Storage Units
  • Mines, Quarries, Natural Gas or Oil Fields
  • Golf Courses, Country Clubs
  • Nuclear Power Plants
  • Military Bases/Installations
  • Parks, Farms and Rural locations
  • Courthouses
  • Daycares
  • Hotels, Motels, Retirement/Nursing Homes
  • Restaurants
  • Cemeteries
  • Convents
  • Amusement Parks
  • Construction Sites
  • Outdoor Flea Markets

Google Maps is a great tool that can be used to help explain whether or not a location has limited access. However, please keep in mind that even though the location is easy to get in and out of and they may have the necessary equipment to unload they may still be considered limited access. Some great examples of this are as follows:

  • Farms: While they are easy to get to and have equipment, they usually take the driver off his/her usual route which causes delays for the other shipments on the trailer
  • Mini Storage Units: The driver will have to use a smaller trailer with or without a liftgate and thus make fewer deliveries that day because of the space available on the trailer, so the charges are there to compensate for this
  • Carriers normally have fewer trailers with liftgates which makes this even more difficult when the volume of limited access or liftgate shipments goes up

Keep in mind: Commercial buildings with docks are normally clustered in the same area, a carrier can easily make multiple pickups or deliveries in a business park in the same time it may take to make one limited access delivery.