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02-15-2018, 10:45 PM

This is the last downstairs install i did which involved lowering down the stairs 2 Diamond 7ft bar tables @ 950lbs each.
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The stairs going down was behind the stairs going up, and in the middle of the building.
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02-15-2018, 11:12 PM

I parked my 24" box truck on the street, with the back end of the truck lined up with the ouside door entry way. Lined the dolly up with the stairs, connected to 25" ratchet straps together, running the strap through the steps of the stairs going up, connected that end to the dolly. Then ran the strap out the door and into my truck, all the way up to where i have a 3,500lb winch mounted to the floor. Then, with my wireless remote in hand, i pushed the dolly over the top step, line it up with the ramp, and payed out the winch and lowered the table down the stairs until it was off the ramp. Unhooked, the strap and repeated the process again, by myself...LOL
  
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I parked my 24" box truck on the street, with the back end of the truck lined up with the ouside door entry way. Lined the dolly up with the stairs, connected to 25" ratchet straps together, running the strap through the steps of the stairs going up, connected that end to the dolly. Then ran the strap out the door and into my truck, all the way up to where i have a 3,500lb winch mounted to the floor. Then, with my wireless remote in hand, i pushed the dolly over the top step, line it up with the ramp, and payed out the winch and lowered the table down the stairs until it was off the ramp. Unhooked, the strap and repeated the process again, by myself...LOL
How do you fit a 3500 lb. winch into a 24 inch truck?


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How do you fit a 3500 lb. winch into a 24 inch truck?
Pretty sure his "truck" with the winch is his pick-up(or whatever his work truck is). Am i close 'king?
  
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2003 E550 Ford 24 foot box truck, 24'....is that better?
  
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I have a winch mounted in my 24" Tonka truck to for playing outside with my grandkids, use it to pull their RC trucks out of the mud!!!
  
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I have a winch mounted in my 24" Tonka truck to for playing outside with my grandkids, use it to pull their RC trucks out of the mud!!!
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its always interesting to see how you do things

i would just line the stairwell with mattresses and let gravity do the work


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you know what?.......i believe you!

its always interesting to see how you do things

i would just line the stairwell with mattresses and let gravity do the work
That just ends up costing to many problems, because then the buyer says to get that broken piece of shit out of here....then, you have to drag it back UP the stairs!!!
  
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That just ends up costing to many problems, because then the buyer says to get that broken piece of shit out of here....then, you have to drag it back UP the stairs!!!
Yeah, but if its in smaller pieces, how hard could it be?


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Yeah, but if its in smaller pieces, how hard could it be?
Well, i guess that would depend on how old the person is that has to keep walking up and down those damn stairs!!!
  
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