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Best way to unload a Bridgeport from back of truck

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Winegrower

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BTW, I left the Bridgeport on two 4x4s so I could always get a pallet jack under if I wanted to move it around. It's been solid as a rock. If you look at the casting, it only sits on the left and right sides of the base, with a cutout in the middle.
 

lordbeezer

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Plans changed.open trailer now..should be easier.maybe trailer to trailer. Thanks for all the good ideas
 

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Ok, since I didn't see anyone else say it... very gently !!! lol
 

lordbeezer

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You got that right.don't want to damage my $600 investment or me..
 

lordbeezer

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Was thinking I did ok.has dro.still under warranty.all paperwork on mill and dro..collets.cutters.small and large vises.gonna have to sell or move my older enco 30.i have a 1000 pounds of stuff in a 10 pound box..
 
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