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    Portable 10 ton press

    I wanted a 10 ton press for pushing smaller bushings and straightening things, so I used my Porta Powers 10 ton cylinder and bought the pump for it off e-Bay. It works great.
    Attached Thumbnails Attached Thumbnails Press 1.jpg   welded lift  blocks on 2.jpg   rubber centering bumpers 3.jpg   Cylinder Trolley 4.jpg   Trolley 5.jpg  

    Bushing 6.jpg   bushing pressed out 7.jpg   Press 8.jpg  
    Last edited by tackit; 06-23-2017 at 08:06 AM.

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    You've always had top notch fabrication skills. It's always a pleasure to read about your projects. Good to see you back.
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    Thanks guys. it's fun being in the shop working with the tools.

    dieselshadow, I couldn't sign back in, every time I tried to have a new password sent to me it wouldn't come in my email. Then after all this time I saw I used a capital C in email address, which must have been the reason I wasn't getting a return email.

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    Looks great!!

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    Tackit the trick I was taught when having a problem was to read password or user ID backwards or type pass word out in word then copy and paste be careful not to get extra space before at beginning

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    Quote Originally Posted by odis View Post
    Looks great!!
    Thank you odis.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GUS FINK View Post
    Tackit the trick I was taught when having a problem was to read password or user ID backwards or type pass word out in word then copy and paste be careful not to get extra space before at beginning
    Gus I don't understand "read password or user ID backwards. Thanks for the tip.

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    read from right to left not the usual left to right
    pass word is coWboy
    read it as yobWoc
    because it is an unfamiliar direction you will see your mistake

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