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wymple

Lift table

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I made this with scrap and a sheet of steel. Cost me about 80 bucks. I don't know why things look so rusty in pictures, it's not.

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That's hella cool. How thick is the top and how do the arms pivot?

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That's pretty damn neat! I wasn't happy with the wheel holder on my cheap ass table so bolted one of these to the thing.

http://www.harborfreight.com/motorcycle-stand-wheel-chock-97841.html

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I didn't use the long cross support and bolted it so it stuck out a little more over the front so it would fit most any bike I have and all of my wheels. Bike's on there solid now.

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Nice, that about the same style I have been thinking of building..

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I like how simple the lift mech is! dam sharp.

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I just put 3/4 inch bolts at all points that hinge. Overkill for sure but I got them brand new for free. Any floor jack will do. It's 9 feet long as I recall, just a sheet of 14 gauge steel with lots of bracing underneath it. I've been lax about getting a safety latch in case the jack fails, I can just set something under it though. Too many projects. Wait till you see my parts tumbler!!

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...Wait till you see my parts tumbler!

Parts tumbler? For like polishing parts parts tumbler?

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