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  • #16
    Got it.
    Unbelievable shape.
    Height adjustment is stuck but it has been sitting for a while.
    I am sure it just needs a little work.
    Came from a gym on State Street in Chicago.

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    • #17
      Hah, I will eat my hat. That's great news!

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      • #18
        The swivel is a later addition, D&M Lucky Dog adjustable chain swivel. Wood looks immaculate.

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        • #19
          Consider yourself lucky, The seller finally got back to me, Right after he posted it on ebay he went away on a military stint for four weeks, he apologized to me, He said after he got back he saw all my emails, I offered him 1000 bucks in the emails I sent right when I saw the Dutchman post it here, You got that for a steal, There's not to many of those left out there, Hope you appreciate what you got.

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          • #20
            Thought I'd give you an update. Stripped the platform down to the metal, 2 coats of oil based primer and many coats of oil based enamel paint. I expect to start on the wood this weekend.
            Here is a quick shot of the progress. Click image for larger version

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            • #21
              What's your plan for the wood platform ? Were you able to get the height adjustment gears working ?

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              • #22
                Originally posted by JordonC2 View Post
                Thought I'd give you an update. Stripped the platform down to the metal, 2 coats of oil based primer and many coats of oil based enamel paint. I expect to start on the wood this weekend.
                Here is a quick shot of the progress. Click image for larger version

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                Beautiful, I'm glad you were able to get that adjustment wheel broke loose, Looks great can't wait to see it on your wall

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                • #23
                  Beautiful piece of work. It's good to see someone take such good care of that "old timer".

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