BRUNO Out-Rider PUL-1100 – Interior Scooter & Powerchair Lift

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Brand: Bruno Independent Living Aids


BRUNO Out-Rider PUL-1100 – Interior Scooter & Powerchair Lift

Model PUL-1100

Sit in the front seat of your truck, connect the Out-Rider’s docking device to your mobility device, press the button to lift and rotate your manual wheelchair, scooter or powerchair into the truck bed — you’re ready to hit the road. Consider adding a Bruno turning seat or Stow-Away to make getting in and out of your truck even easier.

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Reliable, rugged design to withstand harsh outdoor elements

Variety of outer arms for different cab models

Standard and heavy-duty lifting capacities

Hand-held control 

Fully powered, fast operation

Docking device included

Driver or passenger installations available

Hook n’ Go carabineer docking device (for manual chairs)

Easy to remove or install in another applicable vehicle

Eligible for auto manufacturer potential rebates

All sales, installation and service provided by factory-authorized Bruno Dealer


Discover how Bruno Valet Signature Seating or a Stow-Away can complement your Out-Rider scooter/wheelchair lift.


User Requirements

Adequate balance, hand dexterity and strength to attach docking device

Lean over from a standing position; or, sitting in the vehicle and leaning out of the vehicle; or, sitting on optional Valet Signature Seating and very minimal leaning over; or sitting on optional Stow-Away seat supported by the safety arm



Lifting capacity: Standard: 100lb/45kg or 200lb/90kg; Heavy Duty: 350 lb/159 kg

Pickup box size: 5 ½’, 6 ½’, 8’

Truck compatibility: Go to MobilityMatcher

Installed weight: Standard: 80 lb/36 kg; Heavy Duty: 90 lb/41 kg

3-year limited warranty


Popular Options




Driver Door Panel Control Switches

Control the Out-Rider from driver door rather than hand-held control


Passenger Side Model

Convenient for a passenger with limited mobility


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