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Junior Lift - The space-saving lift for junior dragsters!

This page provides pictures of the Junior Lift, along with detailed information on its construction.

Overall Construction

The Junior Lift features sturdy construction:

  • Lower Post: 2" x 2" square tube, 3/16" thick.

  • Upper Post: 2.5" x 2.5" square tube, 1/4" thick. The Lower Post slides into the Upper Post, allowing height adjustment. 1/2" grade 8 through-bolts secure the Upper and Lower Posts.


Overall Construction

The Junior Lift features sturdy construction:

  • Lower Post: 2" x 2" square tube, 3/16" thick.

  • Upper Post: 2.5" x 2.5" square tube, 1/4" thick. The Lower Post slides into the Upper Post, allowing height adjustment. 1/2" grade 8 through-bolts secure the Upper and Lower Posts.


Upper Mount Assembly

The Upper Mount Assembly features:

  • 2.5" x 2.5" x 1/4" square tube Upper Post.

  • 24" long x 6" wide x 3/16" thick Upper Mounting Plate. The Upper Mounting Plate is installed such that the mounting bolts will pass from the outside of the trailer roof, through the outer skin, through the metal trusses in the trailer roof, and through the Upper Mounting Plate. The Upper Mounting Plate is approximately 24” in length, which will accommodate most trailers.

  • 12v DC winch. Two winches are included with the purchase of a double-post Junior Lift. The winches are wired to hand-held controllers (included) to allow independent lifting and lowering of the front and rear of the dragster.


Upper Mount Assembly

The Upper Mount Assembly features:

  • 2.5" x 2.5" x 1/4" square tube Upper Post.

  • 24" long x 6" wide x 3/16" thick Upper Mounting Plate. The Upper Mounting Plate is installed such that the mounting bolts will pass from the outside of the trailer roof, through the outer skin, through the metal trusses in the trailer roof, and through the Upper Mounting Plate. The Upper Mounting Plate is approximately 24” in length, which will accommodate most trailers.

  • 12v DC winch. Two winches are included with the purchase of a double-post Junior Lift. The winches are wired to hand-held controllers (included) to allow independent lifting and lowering of the front and rear of the dragster.


Upper Mount Assembly

The Upper Mount Assembly features:

  • 2.5" x 2.5" x 1/4" square tube Upper Post.

  • 24" long x 6" wide x 3/16" thick Upper Mounting Plate. The Upper Mounting Plate is installed such that the mounting bolts will pass from the outside of the trailer roof, through the outer skin, through the metal trusses in the trailer roof, and through the Upper Mounting Plate. The Upper Mounting Plate is approximately 24” in length, which will accommodate most trailers.

  • 12v DC winch. Two winches are included with the purchase of a double-post Junior Lift. The winches are wired to hand-held controllers (included) to allow independent lifting and lowering of the front and rear of the dragster.


Lift Plate Assembly

The Lift Plate Assembly holds the dragster. It features:
  • Lift Plates, constructed from 3/16" plate, CAD-designed and waterjet-cut for a precise fit.
  • The plates, bolted together with 5/16" grade 8 hardware, ride up and down the Lower Post on sealed bearings.
  • The winch cable attaches to the Lift Plates using a 5/16" hitch pin and clip.
  • The Support Arms cradle the dragster and are attached to the Lift Plates with a 3/8" bolt. When the dragster is on the lift, the Support Arms are secured in the horizontal position using a 5/16" hitch pin. When not in use, the Support Arms are secured in the vertical position using a 5/16" hitch pin. 


Lift Plate Assembly

The Lift Plate Assembly holds the dragster. It features:
  • Lift Plates, constructed from 3/16" plate, CAD-designed and waterjet-cut for a precise fit.
  • The plates, bolted together with 5/16" grade 8 hardware, ride up and down the Lower Post on sealed bearings.
  • The winch cable attaches to the Lift Plates using a 5/16" hitch pin and clip.
  • The Support Arms cradle the dragster and are attached to the Lift Plates with a 3/8" bolt. When the dragster is on the lift, the Support Arms are secured in the horizontal position using a 5/16" hitch pin. When not in use, the Support Arms are secured in the vertical position using a 5/16" hitch pin. 


Lift Plate Assembly

The Lift Plate Assembly holds the dragster. It features:
  • Lift Plates, constructed from 3/16" plate, CAD-designed and waterjet-cut for a precise fit.
  • The plates, bolted together with 5/16" grade 8 hardware, ride up and down the Lower Post on sealed bearings.
  • The winch cable attaches to the Lift Plates using a 5/16" hitch pin and clip.
  • The Support Arms cradle the dragster and are attached to the Lift Plates with a 3/8" bolt. When the dragster is on the lift, the Support Arms are secured in the horizontal position using a 5/16" hitch pin. When not in use, the Support Arms are secured in the vertical position using a 5/16" hitch pin. 


Lift Plate Assembly

The Lift Plate Assembly holds the dragster. It features:
  • Lift Plates, constructed from 3/16" plate, CAD-designed and waterjet-cut for a precise fit.
  • The plates, bolted together with 5/16" grade 8 hardware, ride up and down the Lower Post on sealed bearings.
  • The winch cable attaches to the Lift Plates using a 5/16" hitch pin and clip.
  • The Support Arms cradle the dragster and are attached to the Lift Plates with a 3/8" bolt. When the dragster is on the lift, the Support Arms are secured in the horizontal position using a 5/16" hitch pin. When not in use, the Support Arms are secured in the vertical position using a 5/16" hitch pin. 


Lift Plate Assembly

The Lift Plate Assembly holds the dragster. It features:
  • Lift Plates, constructed from 3/16" plate, CAD-designed and waterjet-cut for a precise fit.
  • The plates, bolted together with 5/16" grade 8 hardware, ride up and down the Lower Post on sealed bearings.
  • The winch cable attaches to the Lift Plates using a 5/16" hitch pin and clip.
  • The Support Arms cradle the dragster and are attached to the Lift Plates with a 3/8" bolt. When the dragster is on the lift, the Support Arms are secured in the horizontal position using a 5/16" hitch pin. When not in use, the Support Arms are secured in the vertical position using a 5/16" hitch pin. 


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