Lifting a heavy outdoor pizza oven (1,300 lbs), 41″ high and moving it a few feet to place over a base

My wife, somewhat hastily, purchased a used outdoor pizza oven that has tur
ned out to be a logistical nightmare to deal with. A safe (for storing impo
rtant docs, etc) moving company was able to move the oven with a huge, high
end electrical hand cart/truck and four guys. The issue is that they could
only lift the oven a couple of inches off the ground. They could not lift
it 41″ to then place it on top of the base…
This is my actual question:
In the picture provided at the bottom of this post you will see the metal b
ase on the left and the oven on the right. What I need to do is to lift thi
s 1,300 lbs oven up 41″ and place it onto the base. I’m looking for suggest
ions because the following methods seem to have their own issues:
1. Engine Hoist: This was used to get the oven off a large pickup truck wit
h the help of 5 guys. Anyway, the issues seem to be the following;
1a. Depending on the engine hoist, it may not be able to lift the oven high
enough.
1b. The “V” design of the hoist legs leaves for two options when placing th
e oven on top of the base. The first one is for both legs to fit outside of
the base. The second one is for one of the legs to fit underneath the hori
zontal bar in the front of the base. Since the horizontal bar is 4.5″ off t
he ground, that does not have much clearance for the leg of the engine hois
t where each endpoint in the “V” design has a wheel. In short, I’m afraid t
hat the engine hoist may not be up to the task.
2. Gantry: I’ve looked at the Sumner GH2T gantries and I believe they all (
the 15′, 12′, 10′ and 8′) models have a max height of 114″ to the lifting e
ye. When you add the heights together, 41″ for the base, 36″ for the oven,
11″ hoist, and 26″ for give, slack, etc, it looks like the gantry will work
. The only problem is that the gantries are wide and even the 8′ model will
make it so that I will have to remove a tree.
3. compact forklift: These guys cannot go up a gradient such as the one tha
t leads to the oven. This would be the easiest thing to do by far although
getting the forklift to where the oven is does not sound feasible.
So, having said all of that, does anyone have any suggestion as to how else
to lift up this 1,300 lbs oven and placing it on top of the base? I’m open
to any ideas. Thanks a ton!
Picture of base (left) and oven (right)

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