Few minutes job for big truck mounted crane.
May cost about 100.00 or so. I have BIG boulder moved into my yard from
across street. Cost me 90.00CAD for 5 mins. job for the crane.
Bobcat, Backhoe, either one couldn't even budge it.
what you end up using as rollers under it should be determined by cost,
and ease of procurement. also by hardness of the ground where you
are...know anybody with a bunch of old metal fence posts sitting around?
(I just gave a couple dozen away). or maybe someone with old (large
diameter) water pipe? you could just borrom 'em, and pull the thing with
a rope to your car bumper...perhaps.
in my experience, trying to lift a shed with a 2 x 4 as a lever may be
futile-the thing'll snap before it starts to lift. try a small scissor
jack (I keep 3 old datsun scissor jacks aroumd for just such things).
got some great crowbars, too: 1.5 inch in diameter, six feet
long...where do you live? a piece of 2 inch water pipe would make a FAR
better lever for lifting than a 2x4...wooden wedges are always helpful....
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