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    Quote Originally Posted by ttazzman View Post
    small hard wheels on a heavy machine (sissor lift with twisting wheels) is not what i would put on that floor for a minimum of 7 days from pour and probably longer......
    I second this motion.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Herminator View Post
    I second this motion.
    I waited about 4 weeks, kept it wet for about a week.
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    Imagine what it would look like polished! Cost is about $5/ sqft if you were wondering...

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    Quote Originally Posted by JDSwan87 View Post
    Imagine what it would look like polished! Cost is about $5/ sqft if you were wondering...

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    I'm more imagining what it will look like with the walls, ceiling and lift in there.
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    Good looking shed!
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    Well it's been about 12 days since the pour. I'm still waiting to borrow a lift. I might have to buy one and resell it when I'm done. I figure that would be less of a loss than renting one.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MDrew View Post
    Well it's been about 12 days since the pour. I'm still waiting to borrow a lift. I might have to buy one and resell it when I'm done. I figure that would be less of a loss than renting one.
    this is a good idea....just buy right...and understand the cost/value of batteries in one as their lifespan can significantly impact the value of a lift....also most have non-marking tires these days but you definitely want non-marking tires...or wrap them with duct tape LOL
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    Rental isn't that bad. 26' is $650/month.

    What are these typically selling for used?
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    Quote Originally Posted by MDrew View Post
    Well it's been about 12 days since the pour. I'm still waiting to borrow a lift. I might have to buy one and resell it when I'm done. I figure that would be less of a loss than renting one.
    Why not buy some scaffolding? You'll probably need it down the road.
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    Scaffolding doesn't do the lifting for ya.

    I actually just got some 12' pallet racking figuring I can use it as scaffolding in a pinch.

    Take some video when you figure out this trick with scaffolding. Scissor lifts are typically rated for 500+ lbs. You can use them to lift sheet rock, interior or roof tin, sheathing - you name it.

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