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may I suggest a winch and aluminum ramps from harbor freight, lowe's, home depot, tractor supply, etc. the ramp are light and come in a few...
try harbor freight
the "C" clamp one is on rbssupercharges.com. I bought one a few years ago. good for roller springs.
all my tools are a name brand somewhere in the world!
I've got the same one going on 21 years so far.
looks awesome, but do you have to lift the cylinder to get it in the cart?
I see you already have the straight axle and wheels for your next hotrod.
the best part is you just can plug it into itself. just messin wit ya, damn nice job.
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a toaster or hair dryer works best.
do you mean the light bulb went on?
put a small fan on it in the hotter weather.
try this, take a small piece of scotch brite pad and a small metal closepin and attach it before were the wire goes to the pulling wheel. it will...
my suggestion is by the preform. it will remove any springs. you just might want to upgrade to a roller cam and kit some day and you won't have to...
three sets of shelving from lowe's lumber, two full ones on the ends and half units next to them with a space in between. work bench to is made...
pawn is correct. I've done it a number of times.
that back view is direct lifting.
that press is one of the worst designs I've ever seem.
saaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaweet, are you going to mow the floor?
saaaaaaaaweet up grade. have you tried to find a drip pan for it.have any of you members tried the crank that rotates the motor on the stand....
best stuff to use. when it gets too oily drain it back in it's can and start over with new. get what is called paint thinner, same exact thing but...
how's a compressor explode when the tank has a hole in it?
mo'power to joe!
I've had one of those plug cleaner for going on 20+ years. they work real good but you do have to have a large sewing needle to get the few grains...
here's what to do. go in and buy a 1/2" drive rachet. take it home and remove the parts from the head and installed them in your torque wrench....
ya hav ta axk yourself, where did it go? those little buggers are escaping some how? get your cabinet seal up with aluminum duct tape.
dudes really fast!