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  1. #21
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    Quote Originally Posted by Garwood View Post
    Seems odd to have a sign that says "75 pounds per foot max floor load" in a machine shop. If I stand on one foot I overload the floor by 3 times that limit.
    Yes...I worked in a place like that, floor loading was 150 PSf, and I thought the
    same thing.
    Also thought about the very large vertical mill I ran that had a footprint of maybe 3' x 4', I walked around back, and read the tag "13,500 lbs"


    As the large diesel forklift would rush by, me and the mill would do the wave....along with all the pedestal fans.

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    And no one asked if 2A or 4A serial. 2A is 450 top, 4A is 1500 top

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    Quote Originally Posted by johnoder View Post
    And no one asked if 2A or 4A serial. 2A is 450 top, 4A is 1500 top
    SERIAL 4A2VIM-78
    Went out the door yesterday.

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    Default Sold!!!

    It's gone, Thanks everyone.


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