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Thread: How to build a residential vertical lift?

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    This where I got my inspiration. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5bPjk8AgtZQ

    The tracks are barn door tracks. I welded them to a strong steel frame made of 2x3" steel tube. Then I made a platform and I've been using it for a few months now with no issues. I did upgrade to a used Coffing chain hoist that I bought on Craigslist. The HarborFreight hoists just weren't getting it for me. I don't think they'd cause you any problems just travelling 18" up and down. I can send you more pictures if you want.

  2. #12
    Quote Originally Posted by new dimension View Post
    we are trying to figure out a way to get our son down our basement...without the expense of an elevator ...I know there must be other options. what is that and where did you get it? can you use it by yourself? who installed it?
    i hope you don't mind but trying not to reinvent the wheel
    thanks...peace
    Home Depot man lift from ebay, I took the cage off, made an aluminum 5'x5' platform, max weight 500lbs, me in my powerchair are 430lbs, just have to make sure the batteries are charged.

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