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3520c mobility kit

Discussion in 'Marketplace Archives' started by Marc Ruby, Nov 9, 2018.

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  1. Marc Ruby

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    i’m looking for a mobility kit for a p’matic 3520c mobility kit, which is no longer available from craft supplies. Assuming if buy it rather than the robust that I lust for. Let me know if you’ve got one gather dust in the shop :).
     
  2. Fadi Zeidan

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    That is interesting. I wonder if they are out of stuck or coming up with newer model. You should probably email them and ask.
     
  3. Gerald Lawrence

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    Went up $20 since I bought it, but we’ll worth it if you plan on moving the lathe around.
     
  5. Damon McLaughlin

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    I don't have the mobility kit but rather a hydraulic lift table rated for 1000 pounds. It has worked quite well in moving the 3520c around and when not being used moving the lathe I use it as a small bench/tool stand. Having had two of the 3520c's come and go (and the third one going in a couple weeks) this table has been used a lot, and made things a lot easier! I just slide it under the bed of the lathe, lift, move and drop.
     
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    Damon, that's what I did with the 25% off coupon. I like the fact that my 200 bucks isn't tied up under the lathe when not in use.
    Downside, it can be a catch-all, seems like any horizontal surface in my shop collects stuff...
     
  7. Damon McLaughlin

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    I think I used the 20% coupon, made it a great deal and at half the price, like you, was thinking that I would have something that I could use for other things. Mine hasn't been a catch all yet. I wish the handle could fold down out of the way so I could just park it under my bench.
     
  8. Bill Boehme

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    I have two of the Harbor Freight 1000 pound hydraulic carts and really like them. Most of the time my Jet mini and my miter saw are sitting on them, but they get used for all sorts of things ... most recently installing a window air conditioner. If I had the space I would consider getting another one.
     
  9. Damon McLaughlin

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    Great idea on the air conditioner, I should use it for that!
     
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    @Marc Ruby -don't know if you're still looking or even monitoring this thread, but I did just post a lift lock and roll over in the for sale section.
     
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