[rescue] replacing an Ultra2
ploopster at gmail.com
Wed Apr 25 07:12:05 CDT 2007
Mike Hebel wrote:
>> If we had five very strong, very -thin- men, we probably could've
>> it in at just slight-enough of an angle to clear the doors, but, while
>> Dave, Mike, and I are reasonably strong, none of us is very tiny.
> I think the only way Dave is getting that thing in there would be to
> take it horizontal through the back lanai (0) and then directly into
> the living room before standing it back up.
> Unfortunately that would require about 6 strong people minimum, I
> think, to lift it and carry it that far. Most dollys will bend and the
> object is too tall to tilt any serious degree regardless. (As we found
> out putting it horizontal onto the tiny rolling "mover" to get it out
> of the old house. Thank goodness we had Johnathan's big shoulders or
> the thing would have never gotten moved!)
You could probably do it with a stair-walker. I've seen them for rent
for about $30 a day. Does anyone know how much they cost to buy used?
I could certainly use one myself.
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