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  • #2
    Nice looking MIG welds. What is the lift table for?


    • #3

      It's a lifting hoist that i use for working on my bikes, or i use it as a welding table.


      • #4
        Good for you! I started a table lift 4 or 5 years ago. I have almost no money into it, but I bought a handy lift clone on Craigslist for $400. I don't know if I'll finish the one I started.


        • #5
          "Lift Table"

          JohnT: That's slick! Hey, how much do you think it weighs, and is it pretty easy to move around? Can you lay it on it's side when not in use to save space?



          • #6
            looks great.
            another reason having a welder around is always good.


            • #7

              Hey davedarragh,I don't know how mouch it weighs. it is kind of hevy, two pepple can put it on it's side. And as long i dont have my bike on it i can move it oround fearly easy. i realy dont have mouch money in to it sence all the material were from scrap metal that i colected, the onley money i got was on the bottle jack. to every one thanks for the reply John T.


              • #8
                Looks good so far.

                Are you going to add some type of locking mechanism to hold it up in case the jack fails ?

                How high is it when it's all the way up ?

                How high is it when it's lowered all the way down ?


                • #9

                  Hey chuck, yes the hoist is done the picture that shows the jack is one that i took when i first position the jack. The jack is secure by the tention of the table. I will take another pic. to show how I plase the jack. I did it this way so i can remove it any time that the jack may go bad. the table stand about four feet high and about six in. on the lower positiom. thanks JohnT.


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