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Old 11-09-2022, 05:47 AM
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Default Lot of three Rotary two post lifts

With Chinese knock off lifts going for $4k plus each these days, this may be the bargain of the year.

I do NOT need another lift. If I did, I would be a bidder on this lot. I would use one and sell the other two. Three lifts in pieces, but sure looks like everything is there. I have bought multiple items from this vo-tech, and everything has been way better than advertised. I bought one huge lot that included two Wilton bullet vises, that had barely been used, along with another 6 inch Wilton vise AND three "green boxes with tools". The green boxes EACH had a brand new Hitachi 1hp router.

Just a heads up for anyone who might be close. If you have a big trailer, you can probably get them all in one trip.

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At the bid amount right now, they are a steal.

The motors look quite large and may be 3 phase. I wonder how costly it would be to convert them to 120 ?
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At the bid amount right now, they are a steal.

The motors look quite large and may be 3 phase. I wonder how costly it would be to convert them to 120 ?
Easy with a VFD (variable frequency drive). A Maybe as much as 500.00, depending on the horsepower.
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Easy with a VFD (variable frequency drive). A Maybe as much as 500.00, depending on the horsepower.
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Any number of motors are available. Would be easiest (and cheapest) just to buy a 1 HP motor. Probably was offered with that.

My Challenger two post is 208 single phase. I have three phase in the building (both in my garage and in my shop), but I just don't need another lift.
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