AnonymousDeleted UserMarch 26, 2020 at 7:08 pm
nothing much! the whole lift was designed to be ambidextrous, the original design was to have a lift that could be lhd or rhd, the plan was to have a kit form lift were the factory didn’t have to stock a lhd or rhd lift in the warehouse like on earlier models, if you unclip the rack cover off the rail you will see its a mirror image, you just swap over the mechanical stops, the rack and mount it on the opposite side of the stairs, easy enough when you know how? it’s re handing the seat and the swivel boss that’s a little bit more involved!
well that was the plan! then marketing got involved and it went tits up! cup holder anyone?
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