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Weogo Reed

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bags for WorkLiftr LE130 stands
« on: January 19, 2020, 03:24:02 pm »

Hi Folks,

I got some WorkLifters LW130 speaker stands:
 http://www.worklifters.com/products/lw-130

They appear to be built fairly well and aren't very heavy, about 29#.

They are about 5'3" long and bags are needed.
Any bag suggestions, one stand per bag?

A specification note:
They are listed with a low height of about 5'3",
which would be fairly easy to get a 110# speaker up on.
Actually, this number is 5'5", and that's with the legs at a narrow spread.
With the legs fully spread, the lift height is actually 6'3".
(The listed 5'3" low height is obviously the collapsed length.  Probably a spec lost in translation.)

The other stand I was considering was the Trusst   CT-CS30.
Does anybody know the actual low height of this stand?

Thanks and good health,  Weogo
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Nate Zifra

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Re: bags for WorkLiftr LE130 stands
« Reply #1 on: January 20, 2020, 03:28:41 pm »

A friend I partner up with uses ski bags, one per stand.  I was thinking about doing the same for my DT3900 stands.


Hi Folks,

I got some WorkLifters LW130 speaker stands:
 http://www.worklifters.com/products/lw-130

They appear to be built fairly well and aren't very heavy, about 29#.

They are about 5'3" long and bags are needed.
Any bag suggestions, one stand per bag?

A specification note:
They are listed with a low height of about 5'3",
which would be fairly easy to get a 110# speaker up on.
Actually, this number is 5'5", and that's with the legs at a narrow spread.
With the legs fully spread, the lift height is actually 6'3".
(The listed 5'3" low height is obviously the collapsed length.  Probably a spec lost in translation.)

The other stand I was considering was the Trusst   CT-CS30.
Does anybody know the actual low height of this stand?

Thanks and good health,  Weogo
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Weogo Reed

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Re: bags for WorkLiftr LE130 stands
« Reply #2 on: January 21, 2020, 06:19:28 pm »

Hi Nate,

Good idea, I hadn't considered ski cases; in particular
there are some hard cases that look pretty sturdy.

Thanks and good health,  Weogo
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Re: bags for WorkLiftr LE130 stands
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