Splitting stand, mounting stands, etc, etc.
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I just might put the arm on my fathers old 20's or 30's screw type one. When I was a kid we jacked up the garage with it. Water would pool there. Jacked it up 18 inches, added a foundation on top of the footing and set it back down.
Thanks for the memory. I was about 8 years old I guess. My father was and still is a believer of what ever you know can't be taken away from you.
Forgot all about that.
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Just this year I bought 2 scissors jacks like they put on travel trailers to steady them at the camp site. They are vey large and have a 24" vertical lift 7500lbs. cap. Real handy to use out in the field or just about anywhere you don't want to lug around a heavy floor jack. Plus they go down to 3" close height.
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