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Woot.com 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 Butcherboy

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Use one hand to carry plywood, drywall, MDF, melamine, sheet metal, and other sheet goods
Heavy duty, aerospace-grade, solid metal construction with durable, impact resistant ABS handles
Automatic, self-adjusting gripping clamps make it easy for one person to lift and carry full sheets of material
Accommodates sheet thicknesses up to 1 1/8 inches and up to 100 lbs.
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I have one of these and they are great for plywood and OSB but definitely NOT for drywall. All you end up doing trying to lift drywall with it is break out the section of drywall within the jaws.
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You will need at least 2 of these per sheet of drywall to move. When positioning this to pickup the sheet, the clamp surface needs to be flush with both sides. If the clamp is slid on and pulled up to pick up without careful positioning/full surface grab, the drywall will give.
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Not true, you just need to be careful, make sure the face of the tool is flat against the boards and lift slowly. I used one of these to carry 70 sheets of 1/2 inch drywall from the garage to the basement, sometimes 1 at a time and sometimes 2. While some were slightly damaged, none were near the point of not being usable.
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dont but sheet goods often, but I hate handling them. this should help. thanks
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I have one of these and they are great for plywood and OSB but definitely NOT for drywall. All you end up doing trying to lift drywall with it is break out the section of drywall within the jaws.
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I have one of these and they are great for plywood and OSB but definitely NOT for drywall. All you end up doing trying to lift drywall with it is break out the section of drywall within the jaws.
You will need at least 2 of these per sheet of drywall to move. When positioning this to pickup the sheet, the clamp surface needs to be flush with both sides. If the clamp is slid on and pulled up to pick up without careful positioning/full surface grab, the drywall will give.
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Used these for dragging heavy 4' x 6' rubber stall mats for home(garage) gym. Huge help!
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I have one of these and they are great for plywood and OSB but definitely NOT for drywall. All you end up doing trying to lift drywall with it is break out the section of drywall within the jaws.
Not true, you just need to be careful, make sure the face of the tool is flat against the boards and lift slowly. I used one of these to carry 70 sheets of 1/2 inch drywall from the garage to the basement, sometimes 1 at a time and sometimes 2. While some were slightly damaged, none were near the point of not being usable.
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Used these for dragging heavy 4' x 6' rubber stall mats for home(garage) gym. Huge help!
Brah, you just skipped the warmup!
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This is one of those things that I definitely could've used in the past. I'll grab one now so I have it handy next time I need it. Thanks!
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I have one of these and they are great for plywood and OSB but definitely NOT for drywall. All you end up doing trying to lift drywall with it is break out the section of drywall within the jaws.
I used one to carry 4.5'x7' sections of 1/2" drywall I had cut for a project just fine. The jaw does a good job at spreading the load and it's also covered in a very grippy rubber material.
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I wish I had these when I put OSB in my attic.
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I think the $5 plastic ones are less awkward and more convenient for most panels but these have there place.
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I bought one, actually needed one yesterday when I picked up a couple OSB
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Seems handy but $20 on sale seems like a lot. I'll look for that plastic alternative. No reason it should cost this much.
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Is it safe to login to woot with my amazon username and password?
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