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Old 11/18/17, 09:28 PM   #1
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Body dolly - wooden
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Worked great for years. Finally don't need it any more but hate to cut it up for firewood if someone else local can use it. Comes with the jig I made to brace the body and lift it (see it on the bronco.) Cutting it up after Thanksgiving weekend if it doesn't go. Need the room!
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Old 11/21/17, 05:18 PM   #2
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Wish I could. Spend a little more money on it and turn it into a rolling table. Someone would pay a couple hundred for it

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Old 11/22/17, 11:38 AM   #3
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if it was not 500 miles away I would go for it, i was planning to build a similiar jig myself, assuming cost at around 100$, 125$ with CA wood tax that makes you pay to recycle or landfill wood later.

I am sure I have the plans already, but could you share the schematic you made or used to build it?

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if it was not 500 miles away I would go for it, i was planning to build a similiar jig myself, assuming cost at around 100$, 125$ with CA wood tax that makes you pay to recycle or landfill wood later.

I am sure I have the plans already, but could you share the schematic you made or used to build it?
Sure, it's a PDF attachment to my post. Here ya go.

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Old 11/23/17, 12:51 PM   #5
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Thank you for those plans, I'm another who's just too far away.

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Wish you were closer, I have the storage area, but from what I remember back to my ASU visiting days, Scottsdale is about 350 miles from Anaheim.
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Additional note: There wasn't enough room to run my engine hoist under the main beams and I ended up having to jack it up to get the hoist under to lift the body. If you're going to use a hoist to lift it, run an additional 2X4 under the legs before you attach the wheels, or use bigger wheels.

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Old 11/27/17, 11:59 AM   #8
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It's taken apart but not cut up yet. Probably won't have time until next weekend to cut. So now it's easy to transport!

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