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Lets talk about Lion (D7) Lift All's
  • Erik
  • Utah, United States
I recently purchased a MT80B at auction made buy the Lion Lift All company. When researching the company it looks like D7 manufacturing still makes the Lift All but it isn't clear. Does anyone here know much about them or have any experience with Lift All's.

Thanks in advanced (BTW I searched this website and came up with nothing).

Erik Berg
Lions Lift All!
  • Posted 2 Aug 2006 02:33 PM
Total replies: 2. Showing items 1 - 2 of 2 results.
Replies
We had 20 of them. We also had 400Champs of the same type. The LiftAll was made in Reno by Jim Lowe. Gradall bought the company years ago then D7 bought it and started manufacturing again. They are rough terrain units with a spring suspension steer axle.
  • Posted 28 Feb 2008 04:55 PM
Is d7 still in business
  • Posted 6 Aug 2015 03:02 AM
Total replies: 2. Showing items 1 - 2 of 2 results.

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