Relive adventures with a rare center-post Riblet chair found at few resorts.
Riblet Tramway Company built its first chairlift in 1938 at Mount Hood, Oregon and the company boomed with the postwar rise of ski resorts. Building more than 400 lifts, particularly in Washington, Oregon, and California, and as far away as Australia Riblet’s was the world’s largest lift manufacturer.The company only built fixed-grip lifts, whose chair grip is woven into the haul rope rather than clamped onto it. Every western skier knows the look of a Riblet center post lift which often leads to the hidden powder stashes. Ski Lift design knows the real deal when it sees it, and the center post is it!
- 1.5" structured frame
- Cold-formed seamless carbon steel tubing
- Bolted steel seat basket
- Sandblasted frame to remove imperfections
- Powder-coated for balanced, even coloring
- Process and materials designed for all-weather / UV resistance
- Originally manufactured by Riblet Tramway Co.in Spokane, WA
|107" (Height adj. included in price)