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Bending over to carry sheet goods in an uncomfortable position is less of an issue with a Stanley panel carry and Amazon has them in stock for $5.00 now. It’s one of those little things that make a big difference.

You have full control over the balance of the load and better visibility along the way. Add to that the strain you’re not putting on your back anymore from crouching over and trying to fit under a doorframe during the carry and it adds up to a bunch of saved hassle.

If you carry a bunch of sheet goods or are planning a big job five bucks will prevent a lot of pain.

Stanley #93-300 Panel Carry [What’s This?] [Amazon.com]


4 Responses to Dealmonger: Stanley Panel Carry

  1. Mike says:

    I’ve had one these for 10 years and it makes working alone much much easier. Ever try to get 1/2″ USB up a stairway with two turns by yourself?

  2. Dave says:

    I’ve got one. It’s ok for the price, but now I’ve got a Gorilla grip and the Stanley Panel Carry just hangs from the rafters in my garage.

  3. fred says:

    Not sure that they are still made – but we carry big sheets of up to 1 inch plywood – with one person at each end using a set of Bessey KFP clamps.


    I’ve seen the gorilla clamps – but we have yet to buy a set.
    We use a lot of 12 footer wallboard – the 5/8 stuff definitely is a 2 person job.

  4. Gough says:

    Like what Dave said. Since we got the Gorilla Grip, the Panel Carry is used to wedge the door open. Fred, the Gorilla Grip makes packing 12-foot 5/8 GWB a one-person job: even a 59-year old with a bum back. I had to wait a few months after we stocked the ‘rock into my new shop before I had a chance to hang it. In the meantime, I’d forgotten that we decided to upgrade from 1/2 to 5/8. After a day of packing and hanging 12-footers, I’ll admit I was worn out, but the Gorilla Grip did make it possible.

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