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I checked with the local dealer to see if the electric lift was still available for the Landlord 7114 and how much. He called me back and said that the kit is no longer available but he could order the seperate parts for around $1000. I don't want one that bad but it would be nice to have one. I'm just curious to know what was included in the kit and what it looks like. Does anyone have a parts breakdown, a parts breakdown diagram, or pictures of one installed that they could email me. Thanks!

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I get $ 150 for used kits. I have one right now that another club member has shown interest in for quite a while. If he doesn't take it by the weekend I will offer it for sale again. Kit includes Motor/screw unit, hanger bracket, pointer bracket, switch, bolts/pins. No where worth $1000 in my opinion.

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