Old 07-25-2020, 09:53 AM
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OldPete
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Pay no mind to the tools on here with nothing to offer. That's just typical THTism.

Two different ways to do this.

A) Put a beam across to both lifts, then rig spacing on beam for two new lift points. This is the probably the "strongest" and "safest" way to do it - if done correctly.

B) Just use one lift and get the cable distances right so that things are balanced.

I'd do the beam method...