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aslomp 380433 1 Shop hoist either
Shop hoist
Just a little project I was working on today.
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Lifting the I beam
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Ataching the base
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The finished project. It is 17 feet wide, 14 feet heigh and has a capacity of at least 3 tonnes.
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Looks like a handy piece of gear ;-)
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I hope so. Just finished it before supper time, have not had the time to use it yet.
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I reckon it will come in handy ;-)
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some nice welding there,are those wheels strong enough or do you have to put some blocks underneath?
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a handy tool! and nice lady's on the background:-P
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Looks great! It can only move from the left to the right I suppoose?

greetings from Holland
Sjoerd
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All four wheels have a total capacity of 7000 lbs. The hoist is on a trolley so it can move from left to right and it is mounted on wheels. I can move it al over the shop.
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Very nice, I can think of a number of times off the top of my head where that would be handy to have around here. Large enough too, that you can back a pick-up underneath to either load or unload without the use of a loader. Looks relatively portable too, one of the 3800s could easily move it to another location.

Where did you pick up the hoist and trolley?
Interesting stuff you've got going, you're definitely the crafty type. Do you have a welding ticket?

-Josh
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