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This is how I cut a panel out and welded supports so I could drop the panel and remove rear wheel easily.Please excuse dirty bike I've been making a lot of dust in garage and didn't have time to clean it. Some of you requested I post pictures of how I did it...You can Email me with any questions....Hope it helps someone.....Jim http://www.putfile.com/jimciampi
 

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I sent you an Email,but this is for the rest of the guys and girls it is insurance for my feet when I ride bike up on lift...Short legs.... don't want to drop bike.....28" inseam.....Jim
 

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Very well done!
 

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Hello Jim, Lift is nice. Are you producing cam tools on your Atlas
(quick change gear attachment) lathe with quick change tool holder and a 4" 3 jaw chuck? Do you keep your grinding wheels and buffing pads the
safe? I would. Neat set up. Merry Christmas galewing
 

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Drop panel lift

Galewing,you sure have good eyes.the answers are Yes and No and Merry Christmas to you too.The safe is for important papers,Passport and stuff.If the house catches on fire,I could drag it out the garage door...Jim
 
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