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Old 04-08-2010, 04:24 PM
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I like your idea, just go slow and sure........

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I don't like camper jacks . you have to keep going aroung to all 4 corners and jack a little at a time to keep it stable. . I built a big A frame swing set from 2 inch used water pipe, that I can take apart to store. I used a chain hoist and come-alongs. later I built a biger one from 6 in channel for the new shop welded solid with heavy castors. harbor freight sells one for 5-600 with your discount coupon. The easiest way is to wait until the backhoe is at the shop ! ! !
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