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    Default Handy Hoist

    To be honest, I made this a few years back, before I got my Everlast PP256. To do the little welding that was needed, I used my Lincoln tombstone AC225. The hoist itself is from Harbor Freight and rated 650lbs single line/ 1300lbs two part line. The trolley travel is 8.5' and the hoist extends around 4' out the door. It comes in very handy to get items upstairs in my barn. I also have a second control switch for the hoist on the ground level.
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    Last edited by dirtyfarmer; 04-02-2011 at 07:23 PM. Reason: put pics back
    Tony
    Everlast PowerPro 256
    AC225 "Tombstone"
    HF 20 ton press
    Rotary 9000# two-post

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    that's very slick Tony. Do you recall the approximate total cost?

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    The hoist itself I got on sale at HF for , I think, $150. The beam and square steel tube I got from a salvage yard for around $45. The rest I had or scrounged from work (before retiring).
    Tony
    Everlast PowerPro 256
    AC225 "Tombstone"
    HF 20 ton press
    Rotary 9000# two-post

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    Unhappy Don't delete attachment list!!

    Sorry, screwed-up. Thought I was doing someone(?) a favor by saving space and I deleted the list of my posted attachments, in my "settings". Didn't know this would make the pics in previous posts disappear. Probably not a good thing to do. I've got to learn to leave some things alone.
    Last edited by dirtyfarmer; 03-10-2011 at 03:11 PM.
    Tony
    Everlast PowerPro 256
    AC225 "Tombstone"
    HF 20 ton press
    Rotary 9000# two-post

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