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Old 06-29-2017, 07:14 PM   #21
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extension ladder. dont be lazy


I would be too lazy to d!ck around with a ladder for that long. I'de rather do it in half the time with a lift then go home and take a nap.


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Old 06-29-2017, 08:59 PM   #22
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Like I said in an earlier post all prep was from a 40' and 2 36's. those are no joke in the wind all day. The red fiberglass ones im talking about. I don't even wanna think of you old timers with the wooden ones


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I think the ones that you can drive are 50 footers...we rented one a couple of years ago and the driving option sold us on the rental....they are the cat's meow. Next time I have 50,000 laying around I would love to own one. However...cheaper to rent for the amount we use it . I think it was 800 Ca. funds 2 years ago for a week . I contacted a bunch of places with old metal flag poles and that one day of work paid for our weekly rental fee .
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Genie lift is best. You can reach more with less trips up and down.


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I would like to suggest hydraulic scissor lifting table for this type of job!
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If the parking lot had a grade away from the building, alot of lifts wont go up if you pull up parallel with the building. Just something to keep in mind.

The bigger booms have baskets that'll for two guys.

Carpenters run them all the time for exterior sheathing.
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I'm guessing that job got painted a year ago....old thread guys.

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Time for a repaint?
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