Lug-All 70th Anniversary

Our number one priority is to provide superior and reliable come along ratchet winch hoists, with quality services that our customers can depend on. Our careful construction produces durable hoists that last for decades. This dedication to quality has been our legacy since our beginning 70 years ago. History In...

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Benefits of the New U-Frame Design

Since 1949, Lug-All has been making superior manual come along ratchet winch hoists. Our focus has always been on providing our customers with high-quality, long-lasting hoists that can handle the toughest jobs. Because we strive to provide the best possible products, we are always looking for ways to improve. One recent improvement we’ve made to Read More

Customizable Features on Lug-All Hoists

We often say there are 1,001 uses for a Lug-All. We’ve met and talked to people who use Lug-All come along ratchet winch hoists in the fire protection industry, construction, lawncare and landscaping, home applications, and more. But what is it about Lug-All hoists that make them ideal for so many different industries? One reason… Read More

Lug-All Spotlight: Homesteading and Heavy Lifting

Uses for a Lug-All winch hoist can be found in almost any situation; just ask Lug-All user David B. David runs a farm and homestead, which means that he does a lot of property maintenance himself. To keep up with the demands of maintaining a large property, David has one...

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Benefits of a Reversible Handle

All Lug-All Come Along Manual Ratchet Winch Hoists are designed with ratchet handles that easily attach and detach from the mainframe. The U-frame aligns with two holes at the base of the handle, and the handle locks in place with a wing nut. This simple design makes it easy for...

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What Sets Us Apart: Lug-All Quality and Testing Procedure

Lug-All Come Along Ratchet Winch Hoists are some of the most durable and reliable hoists on the market. To ensure that our hoists live up to our high-quality standards, they go through precision machining and rigorous testing processes. Parts are machined to tight tolerances, carefully inspected, and hand-assembled to verify...

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Protecting Your Tools and Equipment From Rust

If you frequently work in or near corrosive environments, such as marine or industrial locations, you know that rust can make a job difficult in many ways. Tools can seize up or break, steel supports can degrade, and steel cables can break apart and snap. Rust, or iron oxide, is...

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National Lineman Appreciation Day

Electrical line workers perform one of the most important infrastructure functions in the United States, but they rarely receive any recognition for their work. These men and women build, maintain, and repair the nation’s electrical power grid, from high-voltage transmission lines to lower-voltage distribution. We rely on electricity in nearly...

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Advantage of Lug-All Overload Protection: Extra Stress Links

Every Lug-All Web Strap Come Along Ratchet Winch Hoist is equipped with a handle socket design that incorporates a stress link for overload protection. This stress link will break when overloaded to protect you and your hoist, and if you’ve ever purchased a new Lug-All Web Strap Hoist, you probably...

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Lug-All Cable Come Along Ratchet Winch Hoists Provide Rigging for the New Mercedes-Benz Stadium

Mercedes-Benz Stadium is touted as the finest sports and entertainment facility in the world. But, what separates it from other state-of-the-art stadiums? According to owner Arthur Blank, “Since 2007, the vision for the stadium was to be a game-changer in every way. We strived to create a building that will...

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Spring Clean-Up Q&A: Using a Winch Hoist for Tree Stump Removal

As you’re getting ready to start your spring clean-up projects, it’s important to take your tools into consideration. One question we get often is: “Is it safe to use winch hoist or puller to remove a tree stump?” The answer to this question is two-fold: yes and no. There’s a...

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Safety 101: The Dielectric Properties of Web Strap Hoists

 Lug-All Web Strap Come Along Ratchet Winch Hoists are designed for overhead maintenance and construction of energized power lines. The web strap is not an insulating live-line tool, which means if it becomes wet or dirty, the strap loses some of its dielectric properties. But, when it’s clean and...

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