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Old 12-07-2010, 06:09 PM   #1
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Hello all.... I was asking about shipping boxes a couple of weeks ago and with the help of some forum members I located some in Mobile at a good price.... I wanted to know if anybody knew where I could get (rent, use, or pay somebody to run it) a 10,000+ pound lift fork lift with 8 foot forks (or extensions) for a couple of hours use needed in the next month or so? I am on the west side... Hertz is about 6 doors down from my office and does not have a 10k lift in the southeast and is uncertain about the 8' forks (they discourage using fork extensions). It's not a high lift requirement, I just have to have one that can lift the 40' (8,550 pound) box up off the bed of the semi then lower it and maneuver it into position on a concrete pad.......... I will need this 2x (two separate deliveries from Mobile).......... Thanks in advance for any suggestions.... Tom
I already thought about a crane, but would prefer a lift unless I'm all wet with this idea... Thanxxxxxxxxxx
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Old 12-07-2010, 06:21 PM   #2
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We unloaded 3 containers behind Fire Station 4 and the old boom truck work very well!!
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Tom - Cranes are pretty cheap. Call Don Sutton.
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I bet Patti's Shipyard or the Scrapyard has one.
Might not be an "offroad" tired type though.
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