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  • WATER HEATER LIFT

    HAS ANYONE THOUGHT OF A WATER HEATER LIFT.I AM SELF EMPLOYED AND WOULD LOVE TO BE ABLE TO LIFT AND INSTALL 50-75 GAL HEATERS WITHOUT HELPFROM OTHERS.SOMETHING THAT COULD POSSIBLY LIFT TO A HEIGHT OF 30" OR SO.

  • #2
    one man waterheater lift

    I have a one man waterheater lift and you may contact me @ gai1959@aol.com

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    • #3
      that sounds like a great idea!!

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      • #4
        nothing like waiting for 5 years for a response

        if anyone is really interested, i have designed a lift that does up to 1500#. i always do 100 gallon heaters by myself.

        a 50 requires a strong back. a 75 requires a strong back and a weak mind

        and a 100 gallon requires my lift, with a strong mind and a weak back

        sorry no pictures.

        rick.
        phoebe it is

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        • #5
          Originally posted by PLUMBER RICK
          nothing like waiting for 5 years for a response
          Poor Dana

          Lorax
          "Did you put the yellow key in the switch?" TOD 01/09/06

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          • #6
            built in lift

            How i do it, by myself is....without a lift......screw in a 8" nipple to grab, and roll it in close, lay it partway over, get my knee under it, balance and get the feet on the tray, and push it up. Its a trick, but if you do a few a day, it becomes easy. But in the attic, don't try it alone.

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