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diablo

06:13AM | 01/01/04
Member Since: 12/19/03
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Greetings!

I am designing/building a work table (30" x 60"). The top surface needs to be lowered to coffee table height while retaining the ability to be raised to 42" height.

Does anyone have any info on hydraulic and/or electric gizmo that will allow me to make this a reality? Top surface weight to be supported will be 400 lbs or lower.

Thank you for your review of this post and due consideration.

Diablo

toolcen2

01:30PM | 01/01/04
Member Since: 09/10/03
67 lifetime posts
I have a hydraulic table lift that is aprox 24 x 30 which lifts capacity of aprox 800 lbs. you could simply add the top size you prefer to make a nice work table. see WWW.TOOLCENTRAL.COM

webrebel

02:08PM | 01/01/04
Member Since: 12/31/03
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webrebel

02:15PM | 01/01/04
Member Since: 12/31/03
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diablo

08:55PM | 01/01/04
Member Since: 12/19/03
5 lifetime posts
Thank you for the information.

toolcen2
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I reviewed the site - were you referring to the transmission lift? Could not find anything that was 800 lbs (not that I need that weight bearing capacity!) with the dimensions listed.

webrebel
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Besides the "one better," what a site! decent prices! vast selection!

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