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Handyman Hoist Makes Lifting Jobs Easy
"It's a great way to handle all kinds of lifting jobs," says Clifford Halberg of Richfield, Minn., about his "Handy Man Hoist".
It consists of a double block pulley and 25 ft. of poly rope that hangs from a swivel hook. A hook at the bottom connects to four lift chains used to attach to whatever needs lifting.
You can hang the hoist from any over-head beam, or use a handy lifting tripod that Halberg also makes.
"It's great for lifting lawn mowers, boat motors, snowmobiles, and any other loads up to about 200 lbs. The four chains hold whatever you're lifting level so it's easy to change the oil on small engines. A lot of hoists have just one lift chain which causes the object to tilt in the air."
The hoist sells for $29.95 and the tripod for $49.95.
Contact: FARM SHOW Followup, Clifford Halberg, HMH Products, Inc., 14764 Oak Run Lane, Burnsville, Minn. 55306 (ph 612 898-3771).

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1996 - Volume #20, Issue #4