The Hewitt Hi-Lift is an economical, direct vertical rise lift ideally suited for deeper water applications or sites where water levels may fluctuate. These lifts are based on simple, proven technology but are distinguished by Hewitt’s rock-solid construction and unique frame design, incorporating side bars that provide easier boat access and greater stability than typical “V”-style designs. While the competition’s adjustable side bars limit maximum lift height, Hewitt’s twelve different Hi-Lift models provide lifting capacities ranging from 1100 lbs to 10,000 lbs.
HI-LIFT VERTICAL STYLES
Standard winch, adjustable cradles and keel protectors.
Standard full-length bunks and Hewitt high-efficiency winch.
Shown with optional adjustable pontoon rack kit and Hewitt2 Direct Drive.
Standard full-length bunks and heavy-duty electric winch.
Standard carpeted aluminum V-bunks and heavy-duty electric winch.
The Model HL1100 and HL1600 are equipped with Dutton Lainson winches, with respective 4:1 and 6:1 gear ratios. Models HL2600 to HL5600 are equipped with Hewitt high-efficiency winches, with 15:1 and 20:1 ratios. All manual winches include a 40” aluminum winch wheel with spinner knob. Larger models from the HL6600 to HL8000 come standard with a heavy-duty electric winch. An optional 25:1 manual winch with wheel is also available for the HL6600. HL10,000 comes standard with an E-drive 220V Electric motor or optional 24V motor.
For lighter craft the HL1100 and HL1600 include four non-scratch cradles and two keel protectors. Models from the HL2600 to HL6600 are equipped with full-length, carpeted bunks and two keel protectors. Carpeted aluminum V-bunks are standard on the HL8000 and HL10,000. See pages 108-123 for pontoon kits and other options.
Learn more about this product by visiting the manufacturers website: www.hewittrad.com