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#60319 - 12/29/05 10:18 AM Light Fixture Lifts
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Registered: 05/04/05
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Loc: Crystal Lake, IL USA
Anyone have any information on suppliers of light lifts & installation? I have a client with a two-story entrance. I don't think the fixture will be very heavy, I'll have that information soon.

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#60320 - 12/29/05 10:24 AM Re: Light Fixture Lifts
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Loc: San Jose, CA
Others here probably have more experience with these lifts but here is a web site to get you started. http://www.aladdinlightlift.com

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#60321 - 12/29/05 02:48 PM Re: Light Fixture Lifts
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... I go with Curt,.. Aladdin,..Best in Show as far as light lifts go..they range in sizes so you wanna get the right one..A wee bit pricey,...but worth it..usually $600-$700.00 for a 300lb lift..(prices may vary, according to locale)...
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#60322 - 12/29/05 06:34 PM Re: Light Fixture Lifts
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Registered: 11/18/04
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Loc: PA
we installed 3 of those aladdin lifts for some church chandaliers not that bad of a system. easy to install.i was thinking they cost closer to 1k a piece here in our area w/ programable control.
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#60323 - 12/29/05 07:14 PM Re: Light Fixture Lifts
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Registered: 11/21/01
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i've installed alladin lifts before. the first one was about eight years ago. no complaints as of yet. they seem like a very dependable unit. the lifts are fairly easy to install. when you first energize it and start it winding it seems to go real slow. that is my only complaint. i guess speed is not essential when your dealing with a customers very expensive light fixture or chandelier. excellent safety features.

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