Kupo 3-Section Wind-Up Stand with Auto Self-Lock (12.5')

BH #KUKS401111 • MFR #KS401111
Kupo
Kupo 3-Section Wind-Up Stand with Auto Self-Lock (12.5')
Key Features
  • Supports 66.1 lb
  • Maximum Height: 149.7"
  • Minimum Height: 67.9"
  • Folded Length: 71.3"
The 12.5' Kupo 3-Section Wind-Up Stand with Auto Self-Lock is an ideal combination of strength and safety. The crank handle raises a maximum load of 66.1 lb to a height of 149.7" in 1.73" increments per single clockwise revolution, self-locking for safety. The stand is large enough to support a skid-proof step that allows access to its upper section, while the universal head offers two mounting options. The Wind-Up Stand features a leveling leg for uneven terrain and a two-riser, three-section design.
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$549.95
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Kupo KS401111 Overview

The 12.5' Kupo 3-Section Wind-Up Stand with Auto Self-Lock is an ideal combination of strength and safety. The crank handle raises a maximum load of 66.1 lb to a height of 149.7" in 1.73" increments per single clockwise revolution, self-locking for safety. The stand is large enough to support a skid-proof step that allows access to its upper section, while the universal head offers two mounting options. The Wind-Up Stand features a leveling leg for uneven terrain and a two-riser, three-section design.

Kupo KS401111 Specs

Load Capacity66.14 lb / 30 kg
Mounting Options5/8" Stud
1-1/8" Receiver
Number of Sections3
Column Diameter1.50" / 3.8 cm
1.77" / 4.5 cm
2.17" / 5.5 cm
Maximum Working Height149.7" / 3.8 m
Minimum Working Height67.9" / 172.5 cm
Collapsed Height71.3" / 181.1 cm
Footprint Diameter50.4" / 128.02 cm
Leg ShapeRound
Accepts WheelsYes
Air CushionedNo
Detachable BaseNo
Leveling LegYes
Reverse LegsNo
FinishBlack
MaterialStainless Steel
Weight49.4 lb / 22.41 kg
Packaging Info
Package Weight57 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)78 x 10 x 7"
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