Model # DPH1116

Internet #204143081

Troy Drywall and Panel Hoist with Extension


Drywall and Panel Hoist with Extension

$249.00 /set

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Product Overview

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. Easy rolling 5 in. casters include 6 ft. extension.

  • 1-person operation
  • Maximum load rating: 150 lb.
  • Maximum reach for horizontal ceilings: 15 ft.
  • Maximum single sheet capacity: up to 4 ft. x 16 ft.
  • Maximum reach for walls: 19 ft., this is determined by the 15 ft. max lift and half the length of drywall
  • Prevent strain and injury by letting the lift do all the hard work
  • Get sheets in place and mounted in a fraction of the time
  • All welded steel construction
  • Fast, single stage winch with brake
  • Tool free assembly and teardown




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Drywall and Panel Hoist with Extension is rated 4.3 out of 5 by 16.
Rated 4 out of 5 by from I purchased this to install sheetrock to a ceiling in a carport then to my home that I am buildin... I purchased this to install sheetrock to a ceiling in a carport then to my home that I am building. It workes pretty well but it doesnt seem to be the most sturdy of appliances but it lifted 8x4 sheets of fire-rated sheetrock easily. It has certainly paid for itself making ceiling installations a one person job.
Date published: 2017-01-06
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Unreal Sheeted my 40x70 shop that has 14 foot ceilings. I added the extension to the jack and the unit worked flawlessly. Would have never be able to do the job without it.
Date published: 2017-03-08
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Drywall hoist It made it possible for me to do the job, without it I would have had to hired someone to do the job
Date published: 2017-01-24
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great invention Made the task of hanging ceiling so much easier. Worth every penny
Date published: 2017-02-14
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Date published: 2017-04-06
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Date published: 2017-04-04
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Works well for the money I have rented Drywall lifts in the past, but with a large project looming, I figured it would be cheaper to buy than rent. I ordereded from The Home Depot Online which was a snap, However, picking up the item at my local HD was a brutal 2 day ordeal... Anyway, I finally got the lifter to the site and had it assembled in a few minutes, less the crank handle which. was missing (I opted to make one as I didn't want to wait for HD to send a replacement, if they even would) The lift is fairly well made, good enough for most applications and certainly a good value. the lifter works well and I was able to lift and place drywall panels as well as some floor joists, with ease. Some of the cons: aside from the aforementioned missing handle, are: The breakes on the caster wheels don't work at all, However, I haven't needed to use them yet so it's not a big deal to me. The cable tends to favor one side of the drum thus winding unevenly, this causes it to periodically slip off the lower winding and the sheet to drop an inch or so. While I doubt there is any danger it is somewhat annoying. As would be expected, the instruction manual is poorly written and there is absoultly no instructions for the installing the extension. Luckily I didn't need any instructions. Also There is no way to lock the upright extending column to the base, this is only a problem if you need to lift the unit while assembled, it will detach from the base unless you pick it up from the base. I will be installing a bolt to remeady this. I hope you found this helpful.
Date published: 2014-12-10
Rated 4 out of 5 by from works well but has limitations I purchased this lift to install drywall on a 12 foot ceiling and walls by myself. Because of the height, I had to swap out the center pole to the longer one. When doing this, one has to cut the end of a cable, swap the part, then crimp a new connector to the end of the new cable. This makes it impossible to swap back and forth without shortening the cable time and time again (they only give you one crimp connector). The longer center pole will not go low enough to hang drywall at about 4 feet high (the shorter one will), which would be the second course of drywall on a normal home installation (I was building a large workshop with 12 foot high walls. I was unable to use this lift for the second course once I had swapped out the center pole. This lift SHOULD HAVE a connector for the cable that can be attached, removed and adjusted without crimping it so one can swap the center pole back and forth as often as needed. Also, the wheels do not "caster" easily and I found I had to kick one or two of the wheels to get them to twist in order to move the lift another direction. Cheap wheels are a real pain. I am sure for a buck or two more, better wheels could have been used on this thing. All in all, having a drywall lift is a real help when you are by yourself.
Date published: 2016-03-14
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