So I set up two of my 2 ton come-a-longs on the H beam and hoisted the unibody high enough to back my large trailer under it. Sometime this summer I will be bolting two channels or heavy angles to the posts and H beam, so I can run a trolley, and one of my chain hoists for doing this kind of work. Even without the steal, the H beam held up very nice without any noticeable deflection. Mind you at this point the body only weighs 600 - 700 pounds. Here's a picture of my 1 ton chain hoist for the trolley, I have a 2 ton around somewhere to.
Boy nothing beats being able to hoist equipment like this. A lot faster and sure beats jacking everything off the floor. Kudos to my H beams, I just had to say that. ha ha.
So if I cropped out my come-a-longs, would you believe me if I told you I solved anti-gravity. LOL, I laugh but it is amazing what some characters will believe.
Here I slipped my larger trailer under and dropped the unibody onto the deck, 5" to spare each side.
"No sir ociffer, I got nothing hanging out" ha ha. Running lucky today, the body came 3" from the end of the tail gate.
I will load it up with the door and body panels and all the bits of steel, that I have no use for, strap it down with a couple of tough straps and it will be ready for a trip to the metal recycler.
So a couple of days for the big clean up, and this job is pretty much done.