Jesus was a Woodworker
A couch zipline?? I expected a catastrophe but it worked!
Don't know if they still do it - but I remember movers putting a rig in the windows of multistory houses and hoisting stuff up a pulley system and through the windows.
It's good to know gravity still works!
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Good idea when it works. If you anchored the bottoms of the ziplines in a pickup truck, you could load it in one effort.
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Didn't show what the ziplines were made of; rope, wire, etc. (make sure what your using is rated for more then you require)
Don't know why the center one couldn't be with a block and tackle, or hoist setup.
These people should have been around when Myrna and I moved into our apartment near USC. We were on the 3rd floor. No, I repeat, No elevator. There was a "U" turn at every floor and another "U" turn halfway between floors.
Oh well, college kids can do anything.
Of course they ache for a day or two afterward.
Now if we had stringers, a winch and permission of the people next door we could have just killed ourselves and avoided the back and leg aches.
That was a great video.
First of all you have to be smarter than the machine.
When Uncle Sam sent us to Turkey we ended up on the ninth floor of a building with only a small 4 person elevator. I was amazed to see a small compact Turkish guy put our old Kenmore refrigerator on his back and hike up 9 flights of stairs like it was nothing...same for the large 5/8" thick glass topped dining room table, all the beds and anything else that wouldn't fit into the elevator. Not a scratch on anything moving in, but they chipped off one corner of the glass table top going down the stairs when we left. That was our only casualty. Pretty amazing.
ted that was one tuff turkey seems like the elavator would have held it if it held 4 people?
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