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  • djax
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    Originally posted by philip in china View Post
    Where there's a will, there's a relative.
    Oh well said Philip.

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  • philip in china
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    Where there's a will, there's a relative.

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  • Stevie1
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    Originally posted by AmarZain View Post
    LOL



    You mean something like this Stevie

    https://www.hss.com/hire/p/powered-s...limber-battery
    Yes pall that kind of thing but dont no if its a option for you but ware ther is a will ther is away

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  • AmarZain
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    Originally posted by philip in china View Post
    Regarding Stevie, the blue flashing lights when he shifts safes probably spur him on.
    LOL

    Originally posted by Stevie1 View Post
    Just google stair crawler it will bring up them.
    You mean something like this Stevie

    https://www.hss.com/hire/p/powered-s...limber-battery

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  • Stevie1
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    Originally posted by philip in china View Post
    Piano trolley is ideal.

    Regarding Stevie, the blue flashing lights when he shifts safes probably spur him on.
    Lol philp that was when i was younger as a Removal man for years there not as comen as pianos but the stere crawler is good HSS plant hire does that kind of stuff

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  • Stevie1
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    Originally posted by AmarZain View Post
    Ive already got a piano trolley.

    Shame I bought it after we had unloaded the slate off the truck lol



    Any links to something similar you might have used?
    Just google stair crawler it will bring up them.

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  • philip in china
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    Piano trolley is ideal.

    Regarding Stevie, the blue flashing lights when he shifts safes probably spur him on.

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  • AmarZain
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    Originally posted by philip in china View Post
    Marvelous machine, but for the cost of hiring something like that I would just bite the bullet and do the hard work!

    Get a trolley or pallet truck to move the slate as far as possible- to the foot of the stairs etc. No point making it too difficult.
    Ive already got a piano trolley.

    Shame I bought it after we had unloaded the slate off the truck lol

    Originally posted by Stevie1 View Post
    I have moved safes up.and down strairs on a crawler you can hire them.for the day dont no if your stairs would be wide enough
    Any links to something similar you might have used?

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  • Stevie1
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    I have moved safes up.and down strairs on a crawler you can hire them.for the day dont no if your stairs would be wide enough

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  • Staezione
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    Originally posted by jrc750 View Post
    That looks clever but I bet it wouldn't take the weight of slates
    It can take up to 600 kilo's, so that will be 3 pieces of slate at one go. Dunno what the price of this is but i'll bet it's expensive. Maybe an investment for a professional fitter

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  • jrc750
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    That looks clever but I bet it wouldn't take the weight of slates

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  • philip in china
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    Marvelous machine, but for the cost of hiring something like that I would just bite the bullet and do the hard work!

    Get a trolley or pallet truck to move the slate as far as possible- to the foot of the stairs etc. No point making it too difficult.

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  • Staezione
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    https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_c...&v=LO8dn7NYSNw

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  • philip in china
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    It's donkey work! I had it to do in July in Bulgaria!

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  • AmarZain
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    Thanks Geoff

    Helpful as always.

    Will buy some straps for the soldiers

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