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Nice looking MIG welds. What is the lift table for?
Smith Oxyacetylene Torch
Miller Dynasty 200DX
Lincoln SP-250 MIG Welder
Clausing/Coldchester 15" Lathe
16" DuAll Saw
15" Drill Press
7" x 9" Swivel Head Horizontal Band Saw
20 Ton Arbor Press
Miller Spectrum 375 Plasma Torch
another reason having a welder around is always good.
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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.
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.