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Posted by Josepi on January 7, 2010, 10:54 pm
 


Since you have bent the topic into a bullshit session to defend you own lack
of concentration.

NO

Show me the over the counter 200kW inverter.

And you are not Harry, dimbulb.



Now you are just a sore loser.

But since you asked, this is what I have at home to lift and position
moderately heavy stuff:
http://picasaweb.google.com/KB1DAL/Wheels#5271844343827153698
It -should- be obvious that the wheels are normally on the ground.
They are much larger than the original wheels, for use off pavement. I
use it to line up structural steel to weld it, and to work on engines
at a convenient standing height.

A better view of a similar model:
http://www.northerntool.com/images/product/images/143903_lg.jpg
With it one man can mount heavy stuff on the wall, like I did when I
was an industrial electrician.

This shop crane lifts up to a ton:
http://picasaweb.google.com/KB1DAL/Wheels#5290051034176921634
The tongue jack I welded on and the extra wheels on the far end are to
tow it around with the tractor whose tires are visible.

A 2000 Lb trolley on my sawmill log storage shed:
http://picasaweb.google.com/KB1DAL/Firewood#5287788504883032706

A larger, less portable version of this can pick up 3 tons, for
example pull out stumps. This one lifts 1500 Lbs.
http://picasaweb.google.com/KB1DAL/Firewood#5287788505171720306

Satisfied?

jsw



Posted by harry on January 8, 2010, 7:42 pm
 



stuff:http://picasaweb.google.com/KB1DAL/Wheels#5271844343827153698

model:http://www.northerntool.com/images/product/images/143903_lg.jpg

ton:http://picasaweb.google.com/KB1DAL/Wheels#5290051034176921634

shed:http://picasaweb.google.com/KB1DAL/Firewood#5287788504883032706

Lbs.http://picasaweb.google.com/KB1DAL/Firewood#5287788505171720306

Over the counter means something you can easily buy without it being
specially
 made. Nothing to do with the size or weight.
You can buy a sack of potatoes over the counter but maybe you couldn't
lift it.
I always bring my wife along. :-)

Posted by Josepi on January 13, 2010, 4:44 pm
 

I don't think your wife and "sack of patoatoes" should be in the same
sentence but, since we can redefine any phrase we want, anytime...LOL

Ohhhh. I thought you may have meant "off-the-shelf"


Over the counter means something you can easily buy without it being
specially
 made. Nothing to do with the size or weight.
You can buy a sack of potatoes over the counter but maybe you couldn't
lift it.
I always bring my wife along. :-)




Posted by harry on January 14, 2010, 5:57 pm
 


Well my wife is very trim.
I just bring her along to carry the pototoes.   I always sit in the
car and read the paper whilst she is shopping.  It's the local custom
in the UK. We know how to handle women. You need to treat them a bit
rough!   :-)

Posted by Josepi on January 15, 2010, 12:20 am
 

I thought confining them in the UK was about as rough as it gets.

What? You read the paper?  No Internet air-card in your laptop?



Well my wife is very trim.
I just bring her along to carry the pototoes.   I always sit in the
car and read the paper whilst she is shopping.  It's the local custom
in the UK. We know how to handle women. You need to treat them a bit
rough!   :-)



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