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Discussion in 'Landscape Maintenance' started by Twinlakes, Feb 25, 2014.
definitely a smart idea for guys who don't have a dingo or skid.
Very clever idea I love it.
The actual design should be able to handle 1000 to 1500 lbs.
They have all type of items to do this
Your way is cheaper
i rented an engine hoist and it failed on the first shrub i attempted to uproot. It was a burning bush that was 6 feet tall and probably several years old. It started to fold one of the legs up as i was trying to pull the shrub out. My suggestion to TwinLakes would be to weld a brace from near the top of vertical shaft down to both legs to make ur lift even stronger. Because that is what will fail first....in my opinion.