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Old 13-06-2021, 23:06   #31
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Found a 50 tonne bottle jack at a reasonable price so think I will go for that and make a heavy duty frame, I will not be beaten, Rick
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Old 14-06-2021, 18:34   #32
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Will not be doing any of the latest rollers for two reasons, 1 they are over 100 mm and so will not fit my lathe, 2 new complete 95 so not worth the effort, but I will still make the 50 tonne press as it is needed fr other things, will post the pics on this thread when I make it, Rick
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Old 14-06-2021, 20:42   #33
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For 95 it is not worth your time Rick. I am sure thatyou can use your time to build something else. Like that 50 tonne press, looking forward to it.

It is on my shopping list but I might just nick your design
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