Hydralift 5th Wheel Motorcycle Carrier Lift 

Hydralift has worked together with 5th wheel chassis manufacturers to develop a specially designed motorcycle lift exclusive built to align with the 5th wheel chassis. Hydralift uses a one piece welded body that is strong but lightweight utilizing a tube frame design that is powered by 12v that is used to operate our new generation hydraulic system. Hydralift’s patented design along with Hydralift’s hydraulic system.  Hydralift is the lightest and most powerful power-lift on the market built exclusively for the 5th wheel chassis.  

The Hydralift Motorcycle Lift for a 5th Wheel trailer can be mounted on some 5th wheel trailers, not all 5th wheels. Further information will be required to determine the fit of application. In addition during installation it will be necessary to reinforce the trailer’s frame prior to installing the Hydralift motorcycle lift for a 5th wheel trailer.

Hydralift’s 5th wheel lift is designed to fit chassis between 32″- 88′ wide. With most 5th wheel lift installs a frame reinforcement is necessary along with the proper recommended pin box (Demco’s Glide Ride or MOR/Ryde’s RPB pin box or equivalent). The Hydralift 5th wheel motorcycle lift can be mounted on some, not all 5th wheel trailers. Every 5th wheel application is a custom fit application. The Hydralift’s lifting capacity is restricted to the 5th wheel’s GVWR as to the available chassis carrying capacity. For further information contact your Hydralift installing dealer.

What Sets Hydralift Apart from any other Power-Lift?

  • Hydralift is a self contained hydraulic lift
  • Hydralift is easy to use one person operation
  • Hydralift is the lightest power-lift on the market
  • Hydralift utilizes a patented auto locking system
  • Hydralift is the most powerful power-lift on the market
  • Hydralift is the only power-lift that is truly ground level loading
  • Hydralift mounts and lifts higher than any power-lift on the market
  • Hydralift uses special designed lubricated bearings at all moving parts

INSTALLING A HYDRALIFT ON A 5TH WHEEL TRAILER

The Hydralift can be mounted on some, not all 5th wheels trailers. Every 5th wheel application is a custom fit application to your 5th wheel’s body and chassis. Further information will be required to determine the fit of application including information required to reinforce the trailer’s frame prior to installing a Hydralift. The Hydralift’s lifting capacity is restricted to the 5th wheel’s GVWR as to the available chassis carrying capacity (just because Hydralift will pick it up does not mean your chassis can carry it). If in doubt email or call Hydralift Tech Support on each specific application support@hydralift-usa.com.

EXCESSIVE REAR OVERHANG / SAMPLE OF ADDING A 3RD AXLE

New Horizon lowerAdding a 3rd axle to a 5th wheel is really not that difficult. This can simply be a trailing axle that is connected behind the tandem axle set and in most all installs does not require brakes.

The 5th wheel trailer you see above originally was a tandem axle 5th wheel trailer (two axles). The rear overhang was such that a third axle was required to properly distribute the carrying weight of the Hydralift and the motorcycle. The installer added a third axle trailing axle for additional weight distribution and reducing the rear overhang to less then 10′.
The photos to the right is showing a third axle that was added behind the 5th wheel trailers existing tandem axles making the 5th wheel trailer a tripple axle trailer. In addition reinforcing of the chassis frame and suspension were made for the additional weight added. fig A & B to the below.

Accessories:

RATCHET TIE-DOWNS

HL2608 11s r TN

LED LIGHT KITS

LTK4288 smp co RTP

FORWARD TIE DOWN ANCHOR

FTD32 S11 co RTP

WHEEL CHOCKS

HLWC39 20 bwFC

PORTABLE GARAGE

20 Gray Up RTM

ANCHORS & ADAPTERS

TDA3401 RTM
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