How are the charges for a man-lift device?
Hourly, by day or what?
I would need a 70 foot vertical lift with a 500 lb capacity.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Gregg Seidl" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Sunday, October 11, 2009 8:43 PM
Subject: [TowerTalk] something new today
>I did some tower work here today with a man-lift. I had a cousin who had
> own crane but he sold out so I didn't have a way to do tower work.
> With all the wind we had here part of my XM-240 broke and I didn't want to
> take it down and then put it back up. I called Fabco and the sales guy was
> helpful and knew what I wanted and what I needed. He hooked me up with a
> S-125 by Genie. Other then a steep learning curve that is the BEST way to
> tower work.
> Boy is that slick,just boom up do your work and boom down move and do it
> again. The thing does sway pretty good but you get used to its movements.
> won't let you do something stupid. Will use this things a lot for my
> antenna/tower work.
> Gregg K9KL
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