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ROKK Tools Pro Drywall Panel Lifter / Holder / Installer - Holds Up End Of Panel For One-Man Installation $129.99

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Farrell Equipment & Supply has a special on a Rokk Tools panel installation tool. Regular price $399.99 on sale for $129.99 with free shipping. They have some videos on their site and this thing looks sweet. If you hang panels this item may be a huge help. I took the below information from their site.

The Wood ROKKpro is a drywall panel installer that makes it possible for one person to quickly install sheets on walls and ceilings. Designed and calibrated for the installation of drywall, framing, and sheathing onto wooden studs.

The ROKKpro weighs only 12lbs, and is easily maneuverable for a single person. A single installer using the assistance of the ROKKpro can install up to fifty 4'x8' sheets of drywall on walls and ceilings in a mere 4 hours. Gain productivity, and save the hassles of additional crew or panel lift rentals. Increase job speed, labor costs, and reduce lifting related injuries with one great ROKKpro tool.

https://www.farrellequipment.com/...t-15-1000/
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thanks
i hate sheetrock
won't a scrap 2x and 4 3.5 screws do same thing ?
https://youtu.be/Il1WkbynATs
in their video at 1:28 they still use 2 people
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That's what I normally use but this locks onto the stud and easily removable.
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That's what I normally use but this locks onto the stud and easily removable.
i want to try one of the cheaper ''dustless'' electric sanding poles that attach to vac
any experience with them ?
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i want to try one of the cheaper ''dustless'' electric sanding poles that attach to vac
any experience with them ?
No I haven't. I still hand sand. I don't do it professionally or anything just help out buddies every now and then. plus I would be worried about over sanding it. They look like a sweet tool. If you use it enough and can justify the cost then I'm sure it would be awesome.
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i want to try one of the cheaper ''dustless'' electric sanding poles that attach to vac
any experience with them ?
I rented one at home depot for a ceiling project.
Significantly less dust but still have some residual.
Saved me hours though!
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I rented one at home depot for a ceiling project.
Significantly less dust but still have some residual.
Saved me hours though!
thanks
i'm so slow (procrastination when not working for someone else)
rental would kill me
i didn't realize they sold used tools like Makita chainsaw
probably junk and no warranty
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I rented one at home depot for a ceiling project.
Significantly less dust but still have some residual.
Saved me hours though!
Do you remember the brand of it?
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Do you remember the brand of it?
I think it was porter cable but i think diff stores might use diff models.
(And some didnt even have the sander by us)
So call before you go
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I think it was porter cable but i think diff stores might use diff models.
(And some didnt even have the sander by us)
So call before you go
Ok thanks for the heads up!
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Ok thanks for the heads up!
NP good luck.
If you buy extra pads n things when you rent and end up not using them you can return.
I was doing everything i could to use minimal time so running back to store would eat an hour lol
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Has anyone used this? Thinking about trying it out for a basement project
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Has anyone used this? Thinking about trying it out for a basement project
I have not but I am going to be getting one when I get home and have time to order.
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i want to try one of the cheaper ''dustless'' electric sanding poles that attach to vac
any experience with them ?
I have a dustless electric sanding pole, works awesome for floors and ceilings, with care you can sand things down very well.
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No I haven't. I still hand sand. I don't do it professionally or anything just help out buddies every now and then. plus I would be worried about over sanding it. They look like a sweet tool. If you use it enough and can justify the cost then I'm sure it would be awesome.
Yeah I have one. And it is pretty easy to over-sand with it. Like any tool, there are certain use cases for it, but for the most part, I stick to hand sanding as well.
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