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Tools.Woot has Gator Lift GL10 Plywood and Drywall Panel Carrier on sale for $19.99. Shipping is free w/ an Amazon Prime membership, otherwise flat-rate shipping is $6 on your entire order. Thanks rsvpd
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The Gator Lift makes it easy to pick up and haul around even the most unwieldy panel of plywood, drywall, sheet metal, MDF, melamine, particle board, tabletops, stone slabs, and more.

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Woot! [woot.com] has Gator Lift GL10 Plywood and Drywall Panel Carrier for $19.99 w/ Free Shipping for Prime Members.
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nothing manly about destroying your back
these relieve some tension in certain parts of body

"men stop being men"

such an absurd thing to say

Lets use a pickaxe instead of jackhammer im in a manly man mood
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Pick up a sheet of 3/4 MDF and get back to us.
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Anything that makes a job easier is good. Anyone who wants people to struggle to reinforce their idea of "manhood" probably needs to lighten up. Stop crying about the state of manhood and go hammer in some more nails using your head or your hands, or whatever is manlier than using a hammer.
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https://www.woot.com/category/too...=w_gh_tg_6

Bought one of these while finishing my basement, and it was a lifesaver.

This price matches price from previous FP deal.
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Picked up one. Good for toting around plywood during hurricane prep.
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In for one. Thanks.
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Do you need 2 of these or they come in a pair ? I am assuming you need 2 for both the ends ..

Just saw the youtube.. it is a single clamp.. must have tool if you are hanging drywalls, which I will be very soon for my bathroom renovation
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Do you need 2 of these or they come in a pair ? I am assuming you need 2 for both the ends ..
only if you have two people carrying them. the idea is to put this in the middle edge and a single person can lift/pivot etc... one or more sheets depending on their physical strength.
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Watched the video. 2:05 mark sold me Smilie
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Been looking for a plywood carrier. Thanks op!
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Sweet...free shipping via Amazon login!
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Wish they would do material up to 1 1/2 inch....maybe they are going to introduce that and are clearing out old inventory.
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Do you need 2 of these or they come in a pair ? I am assuming you need 2 for both the ends ..

Just saw the youtube.. it is a single clamp.. must have tool if you are hanging drywalls, which I will be very soon for my bathroom renovation
Its good for moving the sheets up off the ground or over distances, but wont help much with the actual hanging. Also, I did some work in my basement recently and had one of these that turned out to be hardly helpful, due to the turn in my basement stairs that required the sheets to be turned upward 90 degrees and then back again. It was harder to keep this thing on the sheet than to just grab it by hand. For sure helps with carrying off the truck and through the front door, though.
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Its good for moving the sheets up off the ground or over distances, but wont help much with the actual hanging. Also, I did some work in my basement recently and had one of these that turned out to be hardly helpful, due to the turn in my basement stairs that required the sheets to be turned upward 90 degrees and then back again. It was harder to keep this thing on the sheet than to just grab it by hand. For sure helps with carrying off the truck and through the front door, though.
yes, I bought this to tried also, once you let go of the clamp, it opens and drops.. i had half of sheet hit my foot.. If it locks in place, it be better, instead of using your grip to keep it locked.
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I am on the fence about this. I'm not sure I like the "T" handle design of this product versus the "U" handle design of the Gorilla Grip. It seems that the "U" design would be more comfortable and allow me to shift the position of my hand more easily. Any feedback from someone who has used both?
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