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Gingerbread Man

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6,740 posts

97 months

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Tuesday 2nd October 2012 quote quote all
I'm wanting to get under the 7, prep the chassis and then coat it....but at more than 2" from my face which is what I currently have with axle stands.

Anyone have a lift that I could borrow for a weekend?

Or a genius way to get my car higher off the ground?

That Ginge.

Meoricin

2,611 posts

53 months

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Thursday 4th October 2012 quote quote all
Put bricks under the axle stands/jack.

normalbloke

2,450 posts

103 months

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Thursday 4th October 2012 quote quote all
Meoricin said:
Put bricks under the axle stands/jack.
Bricks break, wood doesn't.

Gingerbread Man

Original Poster:

6,740 posts

97 months

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Thursday 4th October 2012 quote quote all
Woo, has a title now. Was thinking jacks on top of railway sleepers, but ideally I'd love to be able to stand or at least kneel.

Hoonigan

1,445 posts

119 months

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Thursday 4th October 2012 quote quote all
I have a pair if ramps if you want to borrow them? Prob about 12" high..
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Kitchski

3,013 posts

115 months

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Thursday 4th October 2012 quote quote all
We sell dollys at Southways which are designed to take a Sevenesque car. It's basically a trolley which you plonk your car on top of!

zs

3,081 posts

121 months

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Sunday 7th October 2012 quote quote all
can't you just tip it up on it's back end 90deg? hehe

Gingerbread Man

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6,740 posts

97 months

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Sunday 7th October 2012 quote quote all
I have two ramps and 4 axle stands, but just wanted it higher still.

Hoonigan

1,445 posts

119 months

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Sunday 7th October 2012 quote quote all
Gingerbread Man said:
I have two ramps and 4 axle stands, but just wanted it higher still.
Drive up your ramps and then position your four stands in front of them, then borrow my ramps place them on the stands and continue driving up. Ta-daa, problem solved....

Fuzzy72

210 posts

28 months

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Sunday 7th October 2012 quote quote all
idea Park your car on the lawn and dig your way underneath it. Problem solved! hehe

mgbond

6,170 posts

116 months

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Monday 8th October 2012 quote quote all
Isn't there that garage around southampton that you hire and use there ramps and tools.

alan-87

261 posts

89 months

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Saturday 13th October 2012 quote quote all
Www.mydiygarage.com is the place on allington lane in between Eastleigh and hedge end.

Might do what you want.

LouD86

2,165 posts

37 months

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Saturday 20th October 2012 quote quote all
Do you still require? I have the use of a 4 poster in my dads workshop if that helps, or a two poster at mine if that fails?

Gingerbread Man

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6,740 posts

97 months

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Saturday 20th October 2012 quote quote all
LouD86 said:
Do you still require? I have the use of a 4 poster in my dads workshop if that helps, or a two poster at mine if that fails?
I haven't as yet due to being snowed under with work but that's a might fine offer. Be you local?

LouD86

2,165 posts

37 months

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Monday 22nd October 2012 quote quote all
Well im Portsmouth, workshop is Chichester/Bognor!
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