A hoist is a device used for lifting or lowering a load by means of a drum or lift-wheel around which rope or chain wraps. It may be manually operated, electrically or pneumatically driven and may use chain, fiber or wire rope as its lifting medium. The load is attached to the hoist by means of a lifting hook.
A chainfall is a type of hoist with a chain attached to a fixed raised structure or beam and used to lift very heavy objects.
A jack is a device for lifting heavy objects, especially one for raising the axle of a motor vehicle off the ground so that a wheel can be changed or the underside inspected.
An stand is a tool commonly used to repair large heavy gasoline or diesel engines. It uses a heavy cantilevered support structure to hold the engine in midair so that the mechanic has access to any exposed surface of the engine.
A winch is a hauling or lifting device consisting of a rope, cable, or chain winding around a horizontal rotating drum, turned by a crank or by motor or other power source; a windlass.
|1500 lb Engine Hoist||$20.00||$28.00||$84.00||$252.00|
|1200 lb Stand Engine Hoist||$8.00||$12.00||$35.00||$105.00|
|Engine Sling Engine Hoist||$3.00||$9.00||$27.00|
|1 – Ton Chainfall||$6.00||$10.00||$27.00||$80.00|
|20 – Ton Hydraulic Jack||$8.00||$11.00||$33.00||$99.00|
|2 Ton Hydraulic (Floor) Jack||$5.00||$15.00||$35.00|
|Auto 6 Ton Stand||$5.00||$15.00|
|Winch (Hand Crank)||$9.00||$27.00||$67.00|
How To Use An Engine Hoist
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Hoists, Jacks, Stands & Winches
Updated on 2014-11-06T14:59:23+00:00, by .