HydroHoist received the first patent for a hydro-pneumatic boat lift in 1964 and has never looked back since its humble beginnings. The company was launched at Hi-Lift Marina on Grand Lake. “Initially the need for the HydroHoist boat lift was created because of a restriction for land space for boat storage,” said HydroHoist CEO, Mick Webber. The HydroHoist was a quick, economical system that displaced the water by air and formed a free-floating lift. Once word of the invention became known, demand from boat owners increased, first in northeastern Oklahoma, and then throughout the Midwest. By 1971 the company moved to a plant in Claremore, OK, where the corporate office still remains today.

UltraLift Series

  • Offers up to 32,000 lb. lifting capacity
  • Precision-Designed & Custom-molded High-impact Polyethylene Tanks
  • All Steel Above The Water Line*
  • Full-width 4″ Frame Channel with 3″ Adjustable Expansion Channel
  • Heavy-duty 1/4″ Torsion Bars
  • Boat-Side Padded Step Pitmans*
  • Five-inch high-density polypropylene square hole bushings
  • Heavy-duty Hull Support System
  • Grade-8 pivot hardware
  • Heavy-duty construction
  • Heavy-duty structural-grade dock backets with molded bumper guards
  • Two-piece stainless/polyethylene pitman bushings
  • Shallow water supports boats up to 7,500 lbs. and up to 28′ in overall length typically in less than 4 feet of water
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