The best way to lift a pontoon

Narrow Pontoon Lift

The best way to lift a pontoon

Hewitt’s narrow pontoon lifts easily raise and lower even the longest pontoon boats. Full-length beams are positioned between the pontoons, not beneath them. This design evenly distributes weight to the boat’s deck, eliminating any risk of damage to the pontoons. Narrow pontoon lifts are available in four standard sizes: 2000 lb – 20’ length, 2400 lb – 24’ length, 3000 lb – 28’ length and 4000 lb – 28’ length. These lifts are built to the same high standards of durability that are a trademark of all Hewitt lifts.

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  • Construction
    Frames are all-aluminum for corrosion resistance and low maintenance. The lifting mechanism features acetal Delrin plastic pulleys and stainless steel cable. Pulleys and cable are completely free of the water in the lift’s “up” position. When fully raised, the weight of the boat is carried entirely on the frame, not on the cables. This eliminates unnecessary stress which further extends cable life.

    Winches
    A manual 12:1 self-braking winch with 40” wheel and spinner knob is standard on the Model 2000. Larger models include a Hewitt high-efficiency winch with fully enclosed chain drive and gear ratios of 15:1 or 20:1.

    Bunk upgrade detail Optional Offset Winch Arm
    Offers additional flexibility and convenience for existing dock configurations. Allows the winch to be operated from the side rather than from the front.
  • Model Capacity Inside Width Outside Width Length Weight Leveling Legs Lift Bed Height-Up Lift Bed Height-Down Lift Travel Canopy Width Size
    Narrow Pontoon Lift LOAP-20 2000 lbs 35" 41" 18' 292 lbs OPT'L 62" 12" 50" 120"
    Narrow Pontoon Lift LOAP-24 2400 lbs* 35" 41" 22' 384 lbs OPT'L 62" 12" 50" 120"
    Narrow Pontoon Lift LOAP-30 3000 lbs* 35" 42-1/4" 22' 487 lbs OPT'L 62" 12" 50" 120"
    Narrow Pontoon Lift LOAP-40 4000 lbs* 35" 42-1/4" 22' 540 lbs OPT'L 62" 12" 50" 120"

    * Includes Hewitt High Efficiency Winch–15 to 1 or 20 to 1 gear ratio.
    Heights are measured to the top cross arm, and longer legs are available.

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