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    Quote Originally Posted by J hall View Post
    Maybe they are waiting for someone to tell them what to say
    Who,s the someone?
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    Default more pics.

    Here are a few where making progress.
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    Could you not find any more steel to build the mount? WOW what are you planning to move? From the looks I would guess that setup could be rated for at least 10k lb.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bryan L View Post
    Could you not find any more steel to build the mount? WOW what are you planning to move? From the looks I would guess that setup could be rated for at least 10k lb.
    What mount are you refering too?
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    it looks like two pieces. One vertical stand with two swinging pin joints, and a arm. The pics look like at least 1/2" steel if not bigger.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bryan L View Post
    it looks like two pieces. One vertical stand with two swinging pin joints, and a arm. The pics look like at least 1/2" steel if not bigger.
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    Thumbs up It,s up!

    Here is a pic.With a test load of 720lbs i think i need to box the vertical I- beam the top 3' at least it seems to torsional twist when i swing the load.Meaning cap the outer web flanges vertically and create a boxed i beam.You follow me?
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    Is the I-beam anchored at the top somewhere or is it just sunk into the floor? Boxing in the I-beam will help to keep it from twisting. Greasing the swing joints will also help it to not twist. Will the hoist be fixed mounted as in the pic or will it be on a trolley when it is all done?
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    Quote Originally Posted by MMW View Post
    Is the I-beam anchored at the top somewhere or is it just sunk into the floor? Boxing in the I-beam will help to keep it from twisting. Greasing the swing joints will also help it to not twist. Will the hoist be fixed mounted as in the pic or will it be on a trolley when it is all done?
    It,s anchored to the floor at the base plate only.The pins and flanges are greased maybe could use a little more.But i,m going to box the top 3 or 3-1/2ft.to start any how.The winch stays fixed on the mounting plate at the end of the boom.
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    That looks good. Nice work.
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