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Re: new one

Postby Kitch191 » 14 Dec 2015 22:54

I have only done one more plan for a demountable that's fits onto a transit size lwb van not a pick up,but still work in progress at the moment.


















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Re: new one

Postby zildjian » 14 Dec 2015 22:55

http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/HYDRAULIC-POO ... xy9eVROHuK

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I've just found a Lift table which I'm using to move camper out of the way into its Winter parking position but one of those looks just as good if not better actually
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Re: new one

Postby Kitch191 » 14 Dec 2015 23:00

That's the fella sorry I never mentioned it before it`s my age








zildjian wrote:http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/HYDRAULIC-POOL-TABLE-JACK-LIFTING-TROLLEY-move-and-reposition-with-ease-hydrolic-/271168080215?hash=item3f22e08957:g:w20AAOxy9eVROHuK

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I've just found a Lift table which I'm using to move camper out of the way into its Winter parking position but one of those looks just as good if not better actually
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Re: new one

Postby zildjian » 14 Dec 2015 23:03

Wheels look good enough to carry a 600-800 kg camper over block pavers, the top deck of lift could be easily widened for stability I'd never thought about them before
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Re: new one

Postby Kitch191 » 14 Dec 2015 23:10

They move about smoothly & easily even with a weight on not that the toolbox I had weighed the same as a camper



zildjian wrote:Wheels look good enough to carry a 600-800 kg camper over block pavers, the top deck of lift could be easily widened for stability I'd never thought about them before
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Re: new one

Postby Toshbins » 17 Dec 2015 01:45

Camper with folding bottom?
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Re: new one

Postby Kitch191 » 17 Dec 2015 16:21

I knew it would have been done somewhere! Not a demountable though. Thanks for the pic there is a pic out there of a demountable that fits on a Renault van. I remember seeing it for sale on ebay along while ago that is where my inspiration for the one I am designing at the mo probably won`t go into the building of one but just interesting in the project & problem solving.



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Re: new one

Postby Kitch191 » 29 Feb 2016 16:00

Finally got round to making the tool box. Had a good buy on e bay I found & bought a canopy lift never even new they made one.


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Re: new one

Postby Toshbins » 29 Feb 2016 20:29

Love the canopy lift. I've made something for mine using an engine hoist, but yours looks a much neater system. Hmmm - how can I modify mine?
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Re: new one

Postby Alexd » 29 Feb 2016 23:04

so does that jack up the canopy from inside, or lift it from above with a strap or something?
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