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Electric Cable Hoist avalible from 29th Januray 2009 £50.00 @ Aldi

£50.00 @ ALDI
Electric Cable Hoist each £50.00 Engines, gearboxes, stone lift heavy work pieces and materials with greater safety and efficiency. * Max. lifting capacity: 250kg * Remote lifting/low…
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Electric Cable Hoist each £50.00

Engines, gearboxes, stone lift heavy work pieces and materials with greater safety and efficiency.

* Max. lifting capacity: 250kg
* Remote lifting/lowering control
* Safety lifting brake
* 550W/230V motor
* Max. lifting height: 6m (250kg), 12m (125kg)
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#1
Price looks good.

I've used something similar to this for working on my motorbike (tyre changes etc...) a strategically placed webbing strap and you're away!
#2
These are fantastic. Get a bracket welded up for use on scaffold - lifts barrows of cement no probs, Saves a lot of hard work :thumbsup:
#3
I use one of these to winch a caravan up a slope and into place. Very noisy (motor appear to grind away like it's full of filings) but does the job very well for the money.
HOT:thumbsup:
#4
A caravan? Up to 250Kg?
#5
voted hot as i will be able to use this to hoist my fat **** out of my chair
every so often :lazy:
#6
I might use this to kill myself.

Hot!

Then inevitably cold.
#7
Jamezy100
A caravan? Up to 250Kg?


suspect 250kg lift, not pulling
#8
missglitter1981
I reckon this is just what my fella needs for getting heavy shopping up to his 4th floor apartment as there's no lift... Hot lmao


Or a woman who does her chores, carrying the shopping etc.:whistling:
#9
What does the average engine weigh?
#10
GeeJay86
What does the average engine weigh?


Well an average car weighs about a ton, and I would've thought that more than a 1/4 of that was engine.
#11
Engine is avg 200kgs sh
#12
With one of these from Aldi, you will be able to lift out a wallet large enough to go shopping in Waitrose.
#13
You can double the lifting capacity by using a pulley.
#14
AndyToys;4198856
You can double the lifting capacity by using a pulley.


The 250kg is already doubled up on the pulley. 125kg without the pulley.
#15
Since I have run short of skyhooks I guess that you I need to attach this to some sort of frame.

Nobody should assume that their garage roof joists are up to this job!

Any ideas?
#16
Chris52
Since I have run short of skyhooks I guess that you I need to attach this to some sort of frame.

Nobody should assume that their garage roof joists are up to this job!

Any ideas?


I attached mine to the plasterboard ceiling with no problems. :whistling:

Oh dear, I can see some people fixing this to the joists and it all coming tumbling down!

I'm not sure of the ideal scenario, but I can imagine building some sort of scaffold frame from the floor spanning the width of the garage...

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