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Genie Lift Parts & Genie Scissor Lift Parts & Genie Boom Lift Parts

Shop our extensive online parts catalog to find quality aftermarket Genie lift parts. We guarantee that our Genie boom lift parts and Genie Scissor lift parts meet or exceed OEM quality guidelines. TruPar.com has a dedicated customer service team who can search a Genie parts manual to help you find your parts. Or, browse our online catalog! All you need to know is your Genie model numbers or part numbers to get started!

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We have the highest quality parts for your Genie lift so that you can perform the maintenance you need to perform on your aerial lift platforms and telehandlers. We have a huge inventory, and we will search to find the spare parts to match your needs! TruPar.com also carries a full line of remanufactured products for a discounted price. Click here to shop for parts for your Genie forklift.

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Are you tired of shopping around for your Genie Aerial Work Platform? Parts are easy to order on TruPar.com. We can help you whether you have one lift or an entire fleet of Genie boom lifts to repair. Parts that are in stock will ship out same day. We offer the quickest service from looking at parts on our online catalog to delivery to your door! Don’t see the part that you need? Our customer service team would love to help you track it down.

For Genie Lift Parts, our customer service team may have access to the following information:

  • Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS)
  • Specifications
  • Dimensions
  • Genie Parts Manual
  • Genie Parts Catalog Online
  • Parts Breakdowns
  • Pictures (for reference only)

If you do not know your part numbers, that is okay! TruPar.com has a dedicated customer service team to help you find the parts you need. All you need to know is your Genie model number to get started! We stock parts for all Genie Models from GR-12 to S-65 to Z-60/34. Our dedicated customer service team has gone through extensive training to be able to source the parts you need quickly and efficiently. We can also source hard to find parts that other suppliers can’t - Please click the “Submit Parts Research” button to get started!

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TruPar.com offers competitive prices - our parts meet or exceed OEM specifications at a fraction of the cost. We provide the very best value in the materials handling industry for parts. Save by buying genuine aftermarket Genie parts from TruPar.com today!

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Genie History

Genie Industries was founded in 1966 when it produced the first “Genie Hoist”. The founder, Bud Bushnell, bought the rights to a lift that used compressed air to operate a material lift. The name “Genie” came from the seeming “magic in the bottle” that customers used to describe how the lift operated. Previously, aerial lifts could only operate with gasoline, diesel engines, or the use of hydraulic fluids. The use of these lifts indoors has increased the number of electric powered aerial lifts. As the demand for work lift and platforms increased, Genie began to expand into other markets and increase operations. Now they have products such as telehandlers, man-lifts, stick booms, light towers, articulated booms, trailer mounted booms, scissor lifts, and vertical mast lifts.

In 2002, Genie was sold to Terex Corporation, a company which held similar values. Terex Corporation specializes in acquiring and diversifying with materials handling and industrial equipment companies. After the sale, Genie’s brand was so strong, and Genie had such a good reputation that it was allowed to keep its name. Now, Genie is referred to as “Genie, A Terex Brand.” Genie is committed to improving quality, listening to customers, reducing waste, and providing outstanding support.

Genie equipment is used globally in a variety of industries. Their versatile boom lifts are the right choice for many job sites, facilities, and applications. In the aviation industry, Genie has the equipment to help with high-reach maintenance work as well as with moving heavy cargo. In the construction industry, Genie has models for indoors, outside, and for nearly every phase of construction. Their Aerial Lift or Aerial Work Platform (AWP) are used in hard to reach or inaccessible spots. Genie pioneered booms and equipment designed for the entertainment industry - for studios, special events, and locations. Their light towers are widely used in this industry. Genie also has equipment for government and military uses, particularly their highly specialized aerial products. In the industrial sector, Genie products can be used in applications from maintenance to manufacturing. Genie has a global presence, serving customers in over 72 countries.

Type of Lifts

Boom Lift - A boom lift, also known as a “cherry picker” uses hydraulic arms attached to a mounted carrier platform to lift an operator to an otherwise inaccessible work area. Genie Boom lifts can be used to repair electrical lines, clean windows of skyscrapers, or prune trees. They can be transported in a flat bed pick up, or towed behind a truck. They also may have a built-in moving platform. At the end of the hydraulic “boom” arm, a bucket is usually attached where someone can stand. They can work in the bucket by controlling the lateral and vertical movements with a joystick or control mechanism, which adjusts the hydraulic arms.

Scissor Lift - A Genie scissor lift uses a scissor mechanism to lift the operator’s platform vertically. It cannot move horizontally. Usually, if you need a larger load capacity or large working space, a scissor lift is ideal. They are usually used for jobs that are not as high. The scissor lift is raised when a “pantograph system,” or criss-cross support system, is unfolded, usually powered electrically. The downward motion of the “pantograph system” can be hydraulic, mechanical, or mechanical. Depending on the lift, the downward motion may be powered by the release of compressed air, hydraulic fluid, or it may be electrical. Scissor lifts are considered to be very safe and risk-free due to their design.

Telehandler - A telehandler, also known as a “telescopic handler” is a piece of equipment that also functions as a vehicle. It could be considered a very versatile and strong forklift, with a hydraulic boom allowing extensions forward as well as vertically. Telehandlers are more commonly used in the construction and agricultural industries. There are many telehandler attachments, such as forks, carriages, rotate carriages, side shift carriages, truss booms, grapple buckets, and more. We have all the Genie telehandler parts you need, as well as Genie attachments.

Genie Products

We carry parts and for many Genie products, including those listed below. If you have your exact model number on hand but do not have the part number, that's fine! Click the large blue button that says "Submit Parts Research" to reach out to one of our dedicated customer service parts team.

  • Genie Boom lift parts
  • Genie Trailer Mounted Boom parts
  • Genie Aerial Lift Platform parts
  • Genie Vertical Mast Lift parts
  • Genie Telehandler parts
  • Genie Material Lift parts
  • Genie Light Tower parts
  • Genie Scissor lift parts
  • Genie Lift Accessories
  • Many more!