|Posted on Tuesday, September 27, 2011 - 01:41 pm: ||
Here's some pics of the vise I made for the lift.
Adjustable fixed jaw I was telling you about last night,1" slots in the plate and 2 sets of holes 1" apart in the lift base with solid plate underneath drilled& tapped for 1 hex key wrench adjustment.
Welded 2 bungs on front uprights for a piece of rod to pass thru for a tire stop,
Handy when loading bikes unassisted, also eliminates bashed rotors.
I used 2x3x.120 wall rec.tube, 4 pieces 15 inches long as that's what I had laying around.
I cut 1 end on each 35 degrees for a 70 degree angle, clears all rotors and fenders so far.
Also I welded a pin underneath in front and threw together a dolly for wheeling the lift around the shop
(Message edited by Jramsey on September 27, 2011)
|Posted on Saturday, March 03, 2012 - 10:47 am: ||
Nice work. Is the base a pallet jack?