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A few weeks ago, we got to learn more about Keith Sommerstad, the owner of Above All Equipment. We learned about his previous jobs that lead him to buying and selling aerial lift of all kinds for those in need of the right machine for the right price.

Today, we are going to talk about Keith Sommerstad’s love for his Classic Toyota 4 Runner!

About six years ago now, Keith was looking for a car that could handle the harsh winters here in Northeast Ohio. He stumbled upon this 4 Runner and instantly fell in love. In fact, he loves his 4 Runner so much that he doesn’t even drive it in the winter because he wants to preserve it as long as possible.

Looking for an Aerial Lift for Your Job Site?

If you are in need of an affordable boom lift, scissor lift, or telehandler, or is you just want to chat with Keith about his 4 Runner, contact us at Above All Equipment Sales today!

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Above All Equipment Sales is your go-to for all of your aerial lift needs, whether you want to buy a new or reconditioned scissor lift, telehandler, boom lift, or more, we are the experts at finding the right machine for the price you need!

Scissor Lifts

All modern scissor lifts, from the 1990s- current, come equipped with a standard platform extension. They are pretty standard and typically extend about three feet.

Maintaining your aerial lifts is always important, and the same goes for these scissor lift platform extensions- make sure to always read through your manual so you know exactly how to use and maintain your machines.

Also, make sure to update your scissor lift every year for the ANSI certification to keep it on the up and up.

Learn More About Scissor Lift Platform Extensions

If you want to learn more about the aerial lifts we have available at Above All Equipment Sales, visit our online inventory or contact us today with any questions!

A common question we get a lot is how much do scissor lifts weigh- though the answer can vary depending on what type of scissor lift you are looking at, we wanted to give a quick overview from the most popular models.

The most common reason people need to know the weight of a scissor lift is for towing purposes.

19-Foot Scissor Lift Weight

19-foot scissor lifts typically weigh anywhere between 2,400 and 3,000 pounds.

26-Foot Scissor lifts

26-foot scissor lifts can weigh anywhere from 4,200 to 5,000 pounds.

32-Foot Scissor Lifts

32-foot scissor lifts usually weigh between 5,200 to 6,000 pounds.

Runabout Weights

Runabouts are similar to scissor lifts but are much smaller. They can be 12 to 20 feet and weigh anywhere from 1,500 to 2,500 pounds depending on the size.

Equipment Specs

Learn more about each machine’s specifications here.

Learn More About Scissor Lifts with Above All Equipment Sales

If you are looking to buy a scissor lift, it is important to know about all of the specs so you can get the right equipment and the right sizes! If you are interested in learning more about the scissor lifts or runabouts that we have available, check out our online inventory or contact us today!