It seems that many people have decided the Nifty-Lift makes a GREAT CHRISTMAS GIFT.
The main application is snowmobilers wanting an insurance plan for getting unstuck. Of course NO ONE ever gets stuck, just momentarily delayed. 🙂
Two other groups that show a lot of interest in this small block and tackle pulley system, are the survivalist and preppers. It’s a great addition for everyone’s BUG OUT BAG. Imagine there was no power available and you happen to be one of the lucky survivors. And you had a small block and tackle pulley system, for moving heavy objects just to survive. Imagine the demand for your help.
I’m still amazed at the number of different uses that people are using this small block and tackle pulley system for. Every thing from lifting speakers and staging for outdoor concerts, to lifting engines, working on heavy equipment and lifting heavy parts and installing them.
Order your Nifty-Lift block and tackle pulley system today and I’ll get them to you in time to put it under the tree.
I hope every one has Happy and safe Christmas.
2 thoughts on “It’s Block and Tackle Christmas….!!!!!”
I’ve built a 125 foot dog trolley run for my 1yr old German Shepherd. I have two Railroad ties at each end with a coated 3/8 inch cable run. One post is cemented in at a little over 3 feet, the other end was a corner post of my property just buried in dirt about 2 feet. with all the rain we’ve had in Texas lately the corner post is now leaning inward about 2- 3 feet. If I pull the corner post up to rebury it farther down, it’s going to throw off the level of the cable. I thinking of putting in a 3 inch pipe buried about 4-5 feet deep in front of the corner post(cable side) and cementing it inside and out to support the post. I tried this with my truck but just keep sliding back and can’t get the cable tight. I ‘m looking for something to pull the post back upright and pull the cable back tight, without pulling the post out of the ground. I’ve watched all your videos on youtube and like it a lot I’m just not sure if it will work for my situation.
Yes it would work just fine….if you need to have more pulling power you could use your pickup to pull the line…(carefully) and straighten the post. The Nifty-Lift will increase the truck’s pulling capacity X 4….that should do the job.