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I have a bunch of 1 ton haulmaster chain hoists that need to be upkept and maintained, some need repairs. I'd rather not go back to harbor frieght and replace them all. How do I find them or simply maintain them and keep everything in working order.

I habe one chain hoist that releases the weight it's holding and drops it, another whose chain keeps falling off and one who's drivewheel is bent, leaning away from the chain hoist. I'm thinking for the one that's falling that it just needs lithium grease.



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