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communist in LA area wants to share engine hoist

Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by praisethelowered, Aug 28, 2013.

  1. praisethelowered
    Joined: Aug 14, 2003
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    I went to my rural storage property to pick up my engine crane only to find that some thief broke in and stole it along with 2 generators, etc. I had to replace the generators right away which was bad enough of a hit. But I hate to go buy another chinese shop crane for $180, pop the engine in the olds, then have to work around it all year.

    This seems like it may be a common shop space waster for a lot of guys. Is there anyone in LA who would be interested in loaning their shop crane for a few days . . . I will pick up and deliver back at your convenience, leave a deposit, a pet or, a kid for collateral. Any takers?
     
  2. henryj1951
    Joined: Sep 23, 2012
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    from USA

    CL los angeles san gabriel valley all for sale / wanted auto parts - by owner
    Reply gkhbh-4028191718@sale.craigslist.org [?] flag [?] : miscategorized prohibited spam best of Posted: 2013-08-26, 8:40PM PDT
    engine hoist - $80 (Baldwin Park)


    :cool:
     
  3. I would I was in the area but I am in east T.N. Just put a motor and trans in my 56 buick station wagon and its so big its in the way now.Bruce.
     
  4. OLLIN
    Joined: Aug 25, 2006
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    Im in mid city area, where are you? pm me..
     

  5. Edsel58a
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    Always put insurance on those units. Heard of this way too much. If i was near, you could use mine.
    Sorry bout the scum
     
  6. wingman9
    Joined: Dec 30, 2009
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    wingman9
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    from left coast

    My hoist is in Anaheim if you don't mind a little travel. No kids as deposit. :D PM me.
     
  7. blue 49
    Joined: Dec 24, 2006
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    blue 49
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    from Iowa

    If I loaned mine out, the space it takes up would be filled by the time I got it back and I wouldn't have room for it anymore.

    Blue
     
  8. Yea, mine is even further south, but if all else fails you can use mine.
     
  9. Dude I have one in the classifieds right now that I no longer need, priced right and can be picked up anytime. Its on the craigslist in Palm Springs.
     
  10. spiders web
    Joined: Jan 16, 2011
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    spiders web
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    What does political affiliation have to do with swapping an engine?
     
  11. williebill
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    Bonus points for thread title, comrade.
     
  12. dgg-dt1948
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    commies??? I thought they all disappeared with the cold war....Or went to Cuba.... Or Washington D.C.
     
  13. yruhot
    Joined: Dec 17, 2009
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    Me and my car buddies have an association . One guy buys the cherry picker,one buys the stand,one buys the tilter thingie for the eng. So forth and so on. Only catch is if you borrow one of the items you have to store it for like 6 months.lol. Nothing is etched in stone but it does give each of us access to all the heavy duty stuff you don't use every day, Has worked out pretty good so far. Oh yea if you bitch about having to store the stuff the time starts all over.lol.yruhot........Doug
     
  14. RickyB
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    from So Cal1956

    I've got a 1 tonner in San Pedro that you can borrow, anytime you want. Just ring me up....
     
  15. stimpy
    Joined: Apr 16, 2006
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    stimpy

    I dissasemble mine and ratchet strap the peices together and put it on the wall of the garage to save space and when you do this make sure you put the bolts back in there holes and nut them with a drop of locktite blue so they do not get lost . if I was 2081 miles closer ( according to google ) I would loan you mine , and you miss used the term , you want socialist , not communist , socialists share , communists they take for the supposed better good and don't give back but say they do ( kind of like congress) .
     
  16. praisethelowered
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    perfect- thats why I called it communist . . . there are some things that are best not owned privately. I think all local public libraries should have one engine hoist available for loan.
     
  17. praisethelowered
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    praisethelowered
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    Olin came through and treated a stranger like a friend- thanks, I also got a shop tour of some cool projects!
     
  18. stimpy
    Joined: Apr 16, 2006
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    stimpy

    it would be like the motors/mitchells/chiltons manuals checked out , overdue by years and never to be seen again .:D:D
     
  19. OLLIN
    Joined: Aug 25, 2006
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    Now you have to lend me your car sometime comrade! Its for the cause. Haha.


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  20. Barrelnose pickup
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    Barrelnose pickup
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    ^^^^^ Yeah,whatever you reckon!

    This was meant for the spam also.
     
    Last edited: Aug 29, 2013
  21. Kiwi 4d
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    We were thinking about a visit through Austria when we visit our daughter but after that load of nonsense we are having second thoughts. Weird
     
  22. jazz1
    Joined: Apr 30, 2011
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    I borrowed a shop crane from a friend and when I called to return it he told me to hang on to it for a while as he did not need it...he finally picked it up 5 years later when he needed it..turns out my shop was handy/safe/cheap storage.
     
  23. 2racer
    Joined: Sep 1, 2011
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    russian spam
     
  24. Mike51Merc
    Joined: Dec 5, 2008
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    I prefer renting one at the tool rental place for $35/day (plus if you rent it on Saturday morning, you keep it till Monday evening) rather than travelling two 30 mile round trips to my buddies house to borrow his.

    Even better than spending $200 at Harbor Freight and then having to store the damn thing.
     
  25. chopped
    Joined: Dec 9, 2004
    Posts: 2,079

    chopped
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    I had one for five years, finally had to loan it to someone else to get rid of it. The original owner stopped a few weeks ago and asked about it, didn't want it back just was curious. It's been fourteen years since he loaned it to me.
     

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