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Old 02-16-2018, 04:58 PM
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Very nice George! Thank you for sharing the information on the manufacturer of your lift. I will need to save a few dollars (Euros!) in my toy fund before I bring one home. Cheers my friend!
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Very nice George! Thank you for sharing the information on the manufacturer of your lift. I will need to save a few dollars (Euros!) in my toy fund before I bring one home. Cheers my friend!
No need to, find a Greg Smith equipment store close to you and grab a Atlas Automotive Equipment scissor lift, they are the best bang for the buck import out there (Their tire changer are really well built too)

Similar lift ($1495+shipping)from Atlas automotive equipment E site:
https://www.atlasautoequipment.com/p...r-lifts/td-6mr

Greg Smith equipment E site: (Freight included/Cheaper if you pick it up)
http://www.gregsmithequipment.com/At...e-Scissor-Lift

PS: Look forward for your progress George, it's a very fascinating project you got there!
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After some problems with a Seller of a fitting Kubota Motor, I stopped this Project. The 1772 with all parts were sold to a German IH Collector. He wants to restore this 1772 in original shape.

Few Weeks ago, i started a new Project, that was a long time in my head, look here.

http://www.onlycubcadets.net/forum/s...ad.php?t=51961
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Georg - Sorry to hear about your 1772 project.

Your new project looks awesome. Keep us posted on your progress.

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