Spitzlift, a portable 33 pound crane with a 700 pound capacity

Dear Professional,
Equipment, tools and plain old 'stuff' keeps on getting more advanced,
heavy and expensive. People need to move this equipment from place to
place and as such the number of back injuries is constantly increasing. Unfortunately, the global economy dictates that we have to do more in less time.
This is a deteriorating situation and will only get worse.
Well, there is good news on the horizon for those that have the need to regularly or periodically lift heavy objects.
The Spitzlift.
The Spitzlift is a 33 lb portable crane that has a lifting capacity of 700 pounds. It mounts to just about any vehicle or stationary object and in many cases mounts in minutes with no modifications! When the job is done the crane folds up into a nice tidy package that can be stored behind the seat in a pickup or in the closet or garage. It is the tool that people have been looking for! It can be employed for any number of uses:
* Facilities Maintenance * Machine Shops * Engine Shops * Hunters * Plumbers * At Ikea to lift boxes into the back of the truck or SUV * Ay Home Depot to load heavy boxes * At home while working on the 'project' car * When moving into a new home and there is a need to lift heavy boxes. * At the river to load and unload the Personal Watercraft * In the field to lift up the game for dressing out * Highway contractors * Law enforcement * HVAC Contractors * Military * Many others....
Best of all is the affordability of the Spitzlift. A complete system for a vehicle with a 2" tow receiver only costs $799.95. Order before the end of January and receive a 20% discount. Fleet discounts available.
Come to www.spitzlift.net to see more details.
Regards,
David Inniss Vice President, Marketing Hirok, Inc 1924 Mission Road, Suite N Escondido, CA 92029 snipped-for-privacy@spitzlift.net
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Spitzlift Guy wrote:
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    700 pounds that's it? For $800 dollars Ill build one that has a electric winch and will hold 1&1/2 tuns of weight with bolt on outriggers to the frame rail.
    Hell we took $200 worth of scrap I-beam, square tubing, and round tubing and made a damn Wrecker boom and welded it in the box of a old service bed. When you got over 150 cars, and you got skills RedNeck Engineering is bound to occur. Charles
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I thought it was kinda pricey myself however i'm not up on what other similar things cost.
Adair
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Adair Winter wrote:

    It is. You can buy a Deer lift (made or lifting dead deer's) for around $500 with a simular weight capasity. Charles
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wrote:

Funny that they mentioned Home Depot specifically... must not know that THEY load the stuff on your truck.. Mac https://home.comcast.net/~mac.davis/wood_stuff.htm
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