I used the engine hoist and the equalizing bar to get my 80gal vert IR out of the pick up and install the feet and then move it in position. By myself it was a tight fight getting it out of the truck and then re-lifting off some stacked 4x4's to reposition the chain to finish it.
Since I have a 3 ton long arm one and the unit weighed in at around ˝ ton, extending it for such a short grab and snatch was a problem.
I once had to remove the rear wheels to get something out of the old flat bed. floor jack and some 4x4 to keep the axle and drums off the ground. You can figure you can get half the wheel height and some to raise an object ˝" of the truck bed. Takes some extar time but faster and cheaper in the long run.
Mine was mounted on a heavy duty pallet that had to come off first before the enco feet could go on.
They work great no movement, and no extra noise of vibrations with the on.
Now just have to plumb the shop with the garage air drop kits that wood craft sells and HF sold along with a number of the other importers.
Been there, probably broke it, doing that!
I am not a lawyer, and never played one on TV!
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