In my garage I beefed up the trusses in my garage and put 4x4s to hold
up the bracing I put up, and it works out great! Put a chain hoist on it
and is completely out of the way when space is at a premium. It's also a
lot cheaper than buying an engine lift. Go to a swap meet and you can
pick one up for about $40 or check out Harbor Freight Salvage.
From: R Haug [mailto:email@example.com]
Sent: Wednesday, January 26, 2000 8:13 AM
To: Pam & Paul Bauman; firstname.lastname@example.org
Subject: Re: hoist
I used a standard engine hoist, (cherry picker). It did a very nice
used a chain bolted to the outer sear belt holes. It seemed to be
that point. Cost was about $190 at costco. It folds up and then you
can use it
for other heavy things around the shop besides automotive.
Disadvantage, it is
big and you have to find a place to store it when not in use.
Pam & Paul Bauman wrote:
> I'm looking for a reasonable chain or cable hoist to lift the body off my
> roadster. the guys at CDM tell me it is not overly heavy, so I do not need
> Herman the German. Looking for a make, model or store that sells a good one.
> 67 1600