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  1. #121
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    A couple more with the E46 up.

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    I have to admit, I never thought about this until I looked at everything up in the air. I am so used to laying on the floor. I ordered this $26 pneumatic rolling seat for working on the cars while up with the QuickJack. This is going to be so much easier on an old guy.

    https://www.harborfreight.com/pneuma...eat-46319.html

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    here's my ride. You can see mine is the double DIN version

    I like your adjustable seat height though
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    - Pete


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    Quote Originally Posted by pedro2u View Post
    here's my ride. You can see mine is the double DIN version

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    I ended up temporarily standing the ramps up against the wall. I have our first LMP3 race coming up starting December 31 in Daytona so with only 2 weeks left, I had to take a shortcut mounting them. Headed out in the morning for a complete data and video install on a new 2020 LMP3.

    In the event they wanted to escape from their mounts, the press should stop them before taking out my cars.

    Damn, the 7000EXT ramps are heavy, 101 lbs each.

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  6. #126
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    too funny, I did the same thing. With all the shelving in my garage, hard to find the wall space anyway. I stacked them both in one slot though instead of side by side (by necessity) and hung the handles in the slot where the wall bracket would normally go
    - Pete


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