As promised in my earlier post about the RacorPro HeavyLift, I finally installed one in my garage, and will now report on how it went. The picture* above shows the unit attached to my garage’s ceiling (that’s not a mini-bike hanging from the lift: that’s my mountain bike near the far wall of the garage hanging from its own lift, a Harken Hoister).tramadol online pharmacy
The installation went reasonably well. It’s a one-man job, as long as you take your time, study a few things, and basically work around the somewhat confusing instructions.valium online no prescription
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During one of my somewhat sporadic efforts to clean up the garage/workshop so I can actually do something once in a while without rearranging stuff, moving cars, and cursing, I decided I needed an easy way to get some of the heavier stuff off the floor, and somehow stored higher up. A bit of Googling turned up the RacorPro HeavyLift. Its reviews on Amazon were generally favorable, although many panned the installation instructions. When assembled, the HeavyLift consists of a 4′×4′ wire mesh platform, steel support beams, a hand crank, and a pulley/winding axle system that can handle up to 250 pounds. The platform lowers 8′ from the ceiling.
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