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Topic # 152466 27-Sep-2014 13:14
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man i really need one of these to get stuff up to my attic!



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  Reply # 1138736 27-Sep-2014 13:17
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  Reply # 1138737 27-Sep-2014 13:19
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An attic lift - interesting. I have fold down stairs that work well too.




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  Reply # 1138794 27-Sep-2014 16:40
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Only in America. surprised




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  Reply # 1138804 27-Sep-2014 16:59
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Nice concept, but seems like you'd need industrial strength ear-muffs and a lot of patience.

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  Reply # 1138805 27-Sep-2014 17:00
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Dratsab: Nice concept, but seems like you'd need industrial strength ear-muffs and a lot of patience.


I think a pulley system would be faster and more tolerable.







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  Reply # 1138806 27-Sep-2014 17:02
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All it is is some unistrut and a winch. Could do it yourself fairly cheaply.




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  Reply # 1143237 29-Sep-2014 08:16
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Better plan: sell excess stuff on trademe. ;)

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  Reply # 1143323 29-Sep-2014 10:08
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That thing is loud enough that I would get sick of the noise after its second use plus it takes ages, be quicker to get a ladder, set it up and carry everything up by hand.



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