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    We used an engine hoist toward the middle to lift 90% and walked them up the rest of the way - two people no problem - one person - if you can chain block it from the roof or something - sure - but im sure you could find someone here to help you eat pizza and beer on a Saturday afternoon
    This is a post i wrote by mistake, which is nice...

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      I stopped by the shed for a short while just to unwrap it and ended up getting the posts upright. No manual lifting required with a 1m round sling in this position. Is there anything you cant do with an engine crane?

      I didn't actually open the boxes though, are there shims included in the package?
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        Haha did you do the same thing I did raised the columns without removing the heavy arms and everything else wrapped up inside? lol, I had to lay them back down.
        Theres wasn't enough shims for my application I had to laser cut some more.
        Last edited by jabtronic; 13-10-19, 10:17 PM.

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          Haha, no I just needed to lift it enough to pull the contents out since they're face to face.
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            Give us a call when installing. Happy to help. 0418900481. There are a few tips and tricks that the manual (heavy reading) does not describe well.

            P.s. I am no longer involved with the hoists due to health issues but more than happy to help.

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              Sorry to hear Lincoln.

              I managed to get it all installed solo with the use of an engine crane and tall platform ladder. It was pretty straightforward and your instructions on a previous page to get the balance cables adjusted was very helpful.
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