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Dual pulley lift $9.90. Maybe YMMV

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Dec 4, 2017
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[Princess Auto] Dual pulley lift $9.90. Maybe YMMV

Bought a couple of them last time they were on sale and used for keep bikes in the ceiling during winter and also to lift tires.
Not sure if this price is across all stores but saw it yesterday in PA in Whitby-ON.
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Oct 29, 2018
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Shows $26.99 online. Not sure how the PA website works for ymmv.
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Aug 30, 2007
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This looks like exactly the rig I need to get my kayaks hoisted for storage.

Shows $26.99 online. Might have to drop a dime to my local store and see if they’ll honour your price in-store!

Thumbs up, thanks OP!
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Jul 22, 2019
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RockyMtns27 wrote: This looks like exactly the rig I need to get my kayaks hoisted for storage.

Shows $26.99 online. Might have to drop a dime to my local store and see if they’ll honour your price in-store!

Thumbs up, thanks OP!
Damn wish I had a high ceiling garage
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Sometimes you can find these at Winners as well. Saw these on clearance for around $10 yesterday.
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Aug 30, 2007
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Called my store here in Calgary, asked them if these were on sale, they aren’t.

Asked if they’d honour the sale price in other stores. The guy I talked to said that usually their sales are national, unless there’s a new store opening or similar promotion, which they can’t match.

Clerk: “Was the sale price you saw in Whitby?”
Me: Neutral Face
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Mar 18, 2008
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OP thanks for sharing. It easy to install these on garage ceiling? Any pointers so it doesn't loosen and fall?
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Jan 31, 2011
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Still too expensive. It was on sale for $8.88 back in Jan. Just be patient for the next sale.
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I have a pair of these. Works well for hanging bikes up.
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GnailNet wrote: OP thanks for sharing. It easy to install these on garage ceiling? Any pointers so it doesn't loosen and fall?
In my case I got it installed in the really top part of the ceiling (not sure how it's technically called, but u can see in the pic). The complex part is because that part of the ceiling is in angle and you need to solve it in order to the system works (otherwise it will be "clogging" to move your bike down).
As I installed in the highest point, the bikes are almost hidden and I still have the feeling that it's a regular ceiling (not like the ones with 2000 things over your head LOL).

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