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There are many different types of truck tail lifts and each one performs a different task.

Cantilever Tail Lift:

A cantilever truck lift uses a single arm that extends from the side of the truck to reach over the load and lower it into position. This type of lift is usually used for industrial applications, as it can be mounted on either side of the truck. The cantilever truck lift is best suited for heavier loads that require more power to move them around.

Cantilever: Can lift a load from the ground to any height, but can’t be used to transfer the load.

Column Tail Lift:

The column truck tail lift provides an easy way to move heavy loads up and down the back of a truck. The column truck tail lift is a great tool to have on hand if you need to move large items that are too heavy to carry by hand. The columns truck tail lift can be used for moving furniture, appliances and other large items that would be difficult or impossible to load into the bed of a pickup truck or van without assistance.

The column truck tail lift also makes it easy for one person to load or unload heavy items from the back of a pickup truck or van. The column truck tail lift uses hydraulics to raise a platform up and down so you don’t have to waste time trying to figure out how best to set up equipment in order for it to work properly.

Parallel Arm Tail Lift

A parallel arm truck lift has two arms that extend from each side of the truck to a central point above the load. These arms typically move together when lowering or raising loads, but they can also be controlled separately if necessary. Parallel arms allow for easier access to both sides of the truck bed during use than single-arm designs do. However, because there are two separate parts supporting each end of this type of lift (rather than one), it tends to be less stable than other options on this list—and therefore should only be used when you’re sure about how much weight will be placed on

Parallel Arm: Can lift a load from the ground to any height and can be used to transfer the load.

Railgate Tail Lift:

This type of tail lift has two parallel arms that extend from the rear of the vehicle and terminate in an attachment that allows them to slide along a rail or trackway. They are often used in manufacturing processes where they would otherwise require forklifts to move large objects around within a factory or warehouse space.

Railgate: Can lift a load from the ground to any height and can be used to transfer the load.

Slider Tail Lift:

This type of tail lift has two parallel arms that extend from the rear of the vehicle and terminate in an attachment that allows them to slide along a rail or trackway, but unlike railgates, sliders do not have any other connections on their ends; instead, they rely on gravity alone to keep them.

Slider: Can only be used to lift a load from one height to another, but not from the ground. The slider has rollers on the end of each arm that move along rails on either side of the lifting mechanism.