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Troy DPH11 Professional Series 11 Foot Drywall & Panel Lift Hoist

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Product Information

Technical Details
Part Number DPH11
Item Weight105 pounds
Product Dimensions51.5 x 22 x 8 inches
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Item Package Quantity1
  
Additional Information
ASINB000ZIEOHW
Best Sellers Rank #22,813 in Home Improvement (See top 100)
Shipping Weight105 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
ShippingCurrently, item can be shipped only within the U.S. and to APO/FPO addresses. For APO/FPO shipments, please check with the manufacturer regarding warranty and support issues.
Date First AvailableNovember 9, 2005
  
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Product Description

Product Description

Our Troy drywall lift is made from an all welded steel construction, tool-free assembly and teardown, single stage winch with brake, and can be used by one person. It has a 11-foot maximum reach for horizontal ceilings and a 15-foot maximum reach for walls (determined by the 11-foot max lift and half the length of drywall). It can hold a 4-by-16-foot single sheet capacity, with a 150 lbs load rating, has 5-inch casters, and weighs 110lbs. MaxTool also backs up this lift with a Two Year Warranty for parts or factory defects.

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From the Manufacturer


Troy DPH11 Heavy Duty 11-Foot Drywall Lift

DPH11 Single Stage Winch
Single-stage winch with handle and braking mechanism for easy and secure lifting.
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Turn a Two Man Job into One

Drywall sheets can weigh up to 105 pounds making installation a two man (or even three man) job. With a Troy drywall lift, you can install full sheets of drywall in a fraction of the time and you can do it all on your own. The Troy drywall lift is easy to setup, simple to operate, and is built from commercial grade steel. It is rugged enough to be used on a professional job site and easy enough for a do-it-yourself job in your own home.

DPH11 Rubberized Feet
Backstop with rubberized feet prevents any movement of the drywall lift. Click to View
Features

  • Eliminate risk of injury due to the heavy lifting and placing of drywall sheets
  • Welded steel construction
  • Single stage winch with brake
  • No tools required to assemble
  • Breaks down small enough to fit in the trunk of a car
  • Tilts laterally making it easy to install drywall on sloped ceilings
  • Backstop with Rubberized Feet: Prevents any movement of the drywall lift while drywall is loaded and in position for hanging on a wall. Once your lift is in place, simply flip the backstop down and your lift and sheet of drywall are secure.

    DPH11 Support Hooks
    Support hooks secure the drywall on the lift and prevents it from sliding off during placement.
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    Support Hooks: Secures the drywall on the lift and prevents it from sliding off during placement. Also helps pivot the drywall sheet into place so it is flush against the wall and adds support to prevent the edges of drywall sheets from getting crushed and broken.

    Telescoping Arms: Extend and allow you to hoist even monster 16-foot sheets of drywall. Sheets this size can weigh up to 105 pounds and would require a few people to install without a drywall lift.

    Specifications

  • Max reach for horizontal ceilings: 11 feet (15 feet with optional extension, sold separately)
  • Max single sheet capacity: up to 4-foot by 16-foot
  • Max Reach for walls: 15 feet (determined by the 11-foot max lift and half the length of a standard drywall sheet)
  • Max load rating: 150-pound capacity
  • Easy rolling heavy duty 5-inch casters
  • DPH11 Step 1DPH11 ArrowDPH11 Step 2DPH11 ArrowDPH11 Step 3
    Easy one person assembly.

    Customer Questions & Answers

    Customer Reviews

    Easy to put together.
    golfhacker
    Renting one of these for two days at home depot costs as much as buying one.
    COlin
    Product came in a timely manner.
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    Most Helpful Customer Reviews

    98 of 100 people found the following review helpful By D. Wayne on January 3, 2008
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    I am a painting contractor, not a professional drywall installer. But I do maybe one or two small drywall jobs a year. Previously, I would have to spend $30/day to rent a lift. The local rental store near my place closed, so I was forced to look at purchasing a drywall lift. I once looked at picking one up a little while back, but they all ran about $700. Once I found this one on Amazon I couldn't help but be skeptical. After reading the reviews and adding on the shipping costs, this turned out to be the lowest price out of them all so I took a chance and ordered it to finish the drywall ceiling in my kitchen.

    The lift arrived on time, in a large cardboard box. One or two of the plastic bumpers were broke, but they are unimportant. I put them on and wrapped them with duct tape, and that corrected the problem.

    So, the lift: It is built strong. The parts all move well, and everything I've seen so far is no less of quality then the $700 lifts out there. I love this thing. This will pay for itself after one week.

    If you are afraid of picking up somehting flimsy, trust me, this is well worth the money.
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    53 of 56 people found the following review helpful By Jeff S. on February 15, 2008
    I have hung my fair share of drywall and over the years have used several different models of hoists, most of them MUCH more expensive than this one and none of them do the job any better. Most recently I spent $[...]/day renting a hoist that was on its last legs and decided to just buy one. After doing the research, I couldn't justify spending 10 times (or more) than I spent on this one. I figured I'd give it a shot and if it turned out to be a piece of crap I'd chalk it up to a lesson learned. The hoist arrived on time and like many of the other reviews I've read, looking like it had been shipped to Iraq and back, given the appearance of the packaging. I don't know if it is the weight or what, but the box was literally falling apart around the hoist. The hoist itself, however, was undamaged. I put it together in about three minutes using a flathead screwdriver one time and got down to business. The hoist works as well as any other hoist, even the high dollar ones. I laugh when I think about people spending $[...] for a lift that isn't any better than this one. Save yourself a ton of money and just get this one...
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    33 of 35 people found the following review helpful By Stretch Monster on July 26, 2010
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    I bought this hoist because I knew hanging 83 sheets of sheet rock would take to long to rent one with my schedule. Upon delivery I opened the box which was totally wrapped in packing tape and inspected it for quality. At first glance I was disappointed with the workmanship and design. But after tightening some bolts and assembly I was ready. Now for the test, a full 16' sheet. Unfortunately the support arms only extend to 9' so I needed to make "T" braces to hold the sheet ends up in place which worked fine. I even had no problems hanging 14' 5/8" fire code rock in my garage with 10' ceilings. If I was a professional drywall contractor though I would modify it some to make it more durable and lengthen the support arms to extend 12'. Over all I am happy with this product for a one time job and it is definitely worth the $164.00 and I would buy it again if needed. So, hang away and be happy too!
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    17 of 17 people found the following review helpful By Wood Worker on March 30, 2009
    This product was everything and more than advertised. I am finishing a shop and needed to reach 8 foot ceilings as well as 14 foot. This product provides great options for both. It is simple to get the lift positioned for any part of the ceiling and the lift holds the rock tight against the stringers. I was equally impressed with the performance on the wall. I used it for all rock that was above the first course. Just push it over to the wall on the hooks, tip the rock over against the studs and raise into position. Push the base in and the rock is tight and in place, ready for screws. My shop is 30 x 40 with an upper deck and I am doing it by myself. This machine has been simple, effective and a true life saver.
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    16 of 16 people found the following review helpful By S. Strickland on December 29, 2009
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    I used this to drywall my new master bedroom. Installed 4x12 sheets on ceiling and walls. worked great but has a few issues that can be fixed rather easily.

    1) outriggers that extend out to support the long sheets (4x12 or 4x8) are not level with the main support so getting it flat to the ceiling is not possible. I added 2 pieces of 3/4" strapping to the end support to bring it back up to close to level on a 4x12. So this is not a big deal...
    2) cable always winds to the left so when the panel is just about to the ceiling the cable has built up a large stack on the left side of the wheel. It will then finally slip to the right which cases the lift to drop quickly about 1/4". This is not a big deal, just makes a big noise and since you are under it, freaks you out. I would use a glove and push it to the right while raising it to avoid this. Use a glove though, cable is rough...
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    16 of 16 people found the following review helpful By A. Galloway on July 1, 2009
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    I have never used a hanging helper before but I can say putting 12' sheets on a ceiling is now a 1 man job. Ceilings are now trivial as long as you have some floor space to work with. Walls I still have not figure out completely. This still looks like a 2 person job, especially if you have any receptacles to align. You can do 12' horizontal runs with one person, but it is slow and painful alone. Operation is smooth and solid. It breaks down into 5 bulky pieces for storage.
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