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  • dad
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    Originally posted by pinzpirate View Post
    How much are you short?
    Not sure how much you need but if you don't need much room you may think about replacing the two vertical tubes with shorter ones. Please "do not cut them" they are the original.

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  • pinzpirate
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    How much are you short?

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  • JordonC2
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    I could hang it above the sump-pump pit, but I'd need a set of hip wadders.

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  • Dutchman
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    Not if you have to go through six to eight inches of concrete first......

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  • paranday
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    Digging a basement lower by hand is a good workout.

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  • JoMan2
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    Originally posted by JordonC2 View Post
    Well I am done painting and decide to measure the height needed to hang in the basement.
    IT WONT FIT. Now what.
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    Dig the basement deeper? Sell it to someone from this community? Ventakaz was interested

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  • paranday
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    Originally posted by JordonC2 View Post
    Well I am done painting and decide to measure the height needed to hang in the basement.
    IT WONT FIT. Now what.
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    Dig your basement deeper. Have seen it done by a guy who needed height for his home gym.

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  • Dutchman
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    Ouch!

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  • JordonC2
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    Well I am done painting and decide to measure the height needed to hang in the basement.
    IT WONT FIT. Now what.
    Click image for larger version  Name:	C2C73D53-0C50-4217-9638-97E6023B9CF6.png Views:	1 Size:	1.79 MB ID:	127035

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  • Pete
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    Congrats

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  • dad
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    Awesome

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  • Dutchman
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    Hooray!!!!!!

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  • JordonC2
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    Spent the last 5 weeks spraying penetrating oil in the moving parts of the stand. Yesterday it broke free.
    Now on to refurbishing.

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  • JordonC2
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    This fall I will give it a try. Thanks for the suggestion.

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  • Pete
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    If it is rust that is making it stick I would suggest making a electrolysis tank. It's easier than you might think. It won't damage the metal either. That platform is sweet, Good luck to you

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