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Posted on Moving a 14" bandsaw - advice please

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toolie

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#1 posted 664 days ago

charlie….... i agree with most of what i’ve heard, but i wouldn’t remove the motor. when i got an 18” rikon 10-340 from a woodnetter, it was in a basement accessed through a bulkhead covered 8 step staircase. we removed the table and wheels, strapped it to an appliance hand truck and two guys moved it up and out with no problem. that’s a 400lb. saw. yours is probably ~ 200, total and maybe 125-150 with the wheels and table removed, so it shouldn’t be at all hard for 2 able bodied men with an appropriately sized appliance hand truck.

lay it on it’s spine in the vehicle and secure it so it doesn’t tip when moving. here’s a little slide show of the BS in one of out trucks. i had help loading but got it out and moved into position alone using the hand truck shown

http://community.webshots.com/slideshow/583083464UrvXsH?mediaPosition=1

goog luck.

-- there's a solution to every problem.......you just have to be willing to find it.


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