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Old 01-18-2009, 07:48 AM
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2 post lift/shop pix added to gallery

I updated my gallery with a new album with a couple of shop pictures with my new to me Rotary 2 post lift. The biggest part of the job was raising the ceiling. The shop got treated to a spruce up at the same time.
If I was anywhere near as computer smart as the other Jones on this forum I would have pulled the pix into this post!
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Bill,

Looks great, and looks like it was a lot of work.
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Click the image to open in full size. Is this the pic you would like to include?
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Click the image to open in full size. Or this one?
Both are very nice pics by the way, I'll also add that I AM ENVIOUS, sorry I didn't mean to shout,lol. Nice shop my friend. Speaking of friends I think you just might make a few more in your neighbourhood if they happen to be on hear reading all about it, ha ha
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Thats enough to make a person drool with envy.
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Old 01-18-2009, 09:22 AM
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Do you have a lock out for your overhead door in case someone tries opening it when you have something on the lift before this happensHa ha
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I don't know Bill, that looks too good to use. Wish I had one. Great job on the
ceiling.
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That looks great,must be nice to have big pockets just full of cash, ever thought about adopting, will help work on your toys, have own tool, Ha Ha, Garry
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Very nice set up. I really want to clean my garage up and paint this summer...Lets hope..
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Thanks for the compliments. Like many others I did not start with this shop. I restored my first antique car, the 31 Vicky in my gallery. over 30 years ago. That was restored in a 2 car garage but painted mostly outside. So to the younger guys I say it sometimes takes awhile.

I tried to bring up the 3rd picture in the album to post directly using Bob Jones instructions and still can't get there. It is the pic of my lathe and mill.
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I like your machine shop corner! I have an old South Bend 9" lathe 50's era and a Gallamyer Livingston surface grinder from the 40's. Both are still tight and true. I bought one of those Grizzley Mills, so far I am happy with it but I doubt it will last as long as a bridgeport. Nice lift by the way.
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Old 01-18-2009, 11:38 AM
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Still trying to pull pix into posts!

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EDIT: Nope not there yet! I tried Bob's "control"
"V'" thing-no worky!
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Bill, I think the lift looks way out of place in your shop, I think it would look a lot better in my new shop. Man, I would really like to have one. You have a great looking shop, hope you have a lot of fun in it.

BTW, here's the picture of your lathe:

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Bill, just go to your gallery (or any other web site), bring up a picture, right click on it. A menu window will pop up, click on "Properties". Another window will pop up, highlight everything next to "Address, URL". Make sure you have everything and then come back to the posting window and click on the "Insert image" icon, Click the image to open in full size.. A window will pop up with a space with a "http://". Block that out and right click and hit "Paste". That should insert you copied from the "Address, URL" line, click the "OK" button. Your image should be inserted.
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Bob, When you say "block that out" do you mean backspace it out or delete the highlighted "http://". I tried both. Then when I right click and hit paste all I get is "http://".
Making the parts is easier than posting pictures I think!
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Bob, When you say "block that out" do you mean backspace it out or delete the highlighted "http://". I tried both. Then when I right click and hit paste all I get is "http://".
Making the parts is easier than posting pictures I think!
You have to black out the http// and right click over that and then paste on that.
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