Well in my post about removing my tub from the blazer chassis, I was asking where to lift it up from. I got some ideas, and had my own too. First I considered Kerts idea, to put 2 holes through the subframe, and hoist up from there... that was a little to much for me, so I passed on that. Then someone mentioned going threw the roof, and hoisting. The only bad thing about that is it'd squish the rain gutter. Well I tried that for most of the day, and for the most part it worked. BUT, the roof of the carport was to low, so i didn't have enough room to lift the tub high enough to clear the chassis. So then I finally decided that I would hoist through where the windsheild wiper linkage there, through there and come out before where the fenders bolt on to. I almost was positive that it would bend up while lifting, but at that time, I could care less... I just wanted it off the chassis. Anywyas, the story is I started at just before 10:00 am, and the plan was to take the tub off the chassis. Well I thought that wouldn't be to hard. But was I ever wrong. I was working all by myself... so that probably doesn't help. Long story short, I fawked around for 4 hours and not being able to lift the tub high enough. Then I came to the conclusion to lift from where the wipers are. Well that worked good for a while... until I jammed up my chain hoist... a brand new 200$ hoist was jammed. Now that made my head go through the roof. I was nearing 3:00, and I had to go by 4:00... so I grabbed a metal punch and a hammer... and started un jamming it. Then I tighted the hook... and I was lifting again. I finished at 10 minutes to 4:00. almost 6 hours to get the tub on a cart, and the chassis out of the carport. Besides working alone, thats pathetic... I went through alot of emoitions instead of punching something. With how frustrated I was, if I used my anger, the k5 would be a pile of scrap metal. I was FUIROUS. at 3:00 I had my mom and sister help... not the best helpers, but it worked alright. OH, and I used my engine hoist for lifting the rear, it went easier than I hoped for that, but when I lifted the rear with the engine hoist, it pulled the body backwards for some reason, so the wheelwell was 8-10 inches farther back then where the tire was. I don;t feel like writing down everything, because it makes me mad again. If anyone has questions, ask them. here are some pics I took a few minutes ago, this is what it looked like at 3:50 yesterday.... (the pictures are in no certain order)............. Here you can see my cart i'm using for rolling the tub around. It was used 2 years ago for moving my tranny/transfercase to a specialty shop.