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Discussion in 'General' started by Viking, Mar 9, 2017.

  1. dentdude36

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    As low as 2 3/4 and as high as 16 3/4
     
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    I use mine to hold my garbage pail...

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    That will definitely get you off the ground then. I'm with Viking, I like my table lift. I keep something on it most of the time. Great for storage as well as wrenching.
     
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    If you was to start using your weights a little more you wouldn't need to Jack up the garbage can to get it to the curb
     
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    Haha...im actually using them right now. I get plenty of gym time

    I did use it to go install the hot water this past winter too. That sucker was heavy.

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    I'd love to have a lift but the jack will do for now
     
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    I got this one it fits under my k-9 and bulldog [​IMG]


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    Those works on the bagger, but not on the K-9. Not that it is a big problem to get it under but I gotta lift the wheel up first while its on the table. With a removable plate under the rear wheel it takes no time at all, but one that would fit would be better...
     
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