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    Machine lift ( metal scrap) low hydraulic jack DIY - transport of machines

    Hello, I present a self-made simple machine lift and the right attachment for an ordinary hydraulic jack. Made quickly from scrap metal needed to transport my new lathe but for a long time I was planning construction now just motivation



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    Thanks Maszynotwór! We've added your Toe Jack to our Jacks and Lifts category,
    as well as to your builder page: Maszynotwór's Homemade Tools. Your receipt:




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    I do most of my own rigging and machine moving; strictly manual labor, and rollers. Not skates, just rollers.
    So a toe jack is definitely high on list to build.
    This is the first home-built with a design I appreciate. Others used wheels on cylinder exterior as a vertical guide-way, huge mistake in my opinion.
    Your constructed guide-way controls alignment in a far more sensible manner.
    My only suggestion is the height would bottom out the toe, not the piston rod. Just .100/ 3.9 mm is sufficient.


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