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Old 01-31-2018, 07:32 AM
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I agree.....Looks good.
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Today, I made a Test with my "O",
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Looks good. It is a wonderful thing that you don't have to strain your back to work on the Cubs.
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Looking forward to your project George. I really like the lift as my "Bones" are old too! Could you post the name and contact for the lift maker?
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Very nice!! Cool project for sure!!

I am also interested in the make and model of the lift!!
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Purchased the Lift at a local Dealer here in Germany, called www.Wolf-Germany.com.
I'm sure, this Lift is a chinese made Tool, but looks like good Quality.

Found this in the US Ebay:

https://www.ebay.com/itm/Stratus-660...oAAOSwYlRZFw-F

Think this is the same Manufacturer, but only another Paint and some other Parts.

But it's not cheap, paid 1399 Euros ($1742.87 Dollar), for it, and picked it up at the Dealer, 50 Miles from here.
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Today, i had some Time to work at my new Toy. Made a Wooden Floor and some Ramps, to drive the Cubs on the Lift.
Also, i have a adjustable Work Table!
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Looks good Georg....

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Next Step, 2 Motorbike Liftters,
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