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Good description! Thats the same method i use as well. If he is talking about the table lift, someone else might chime in about how to properly use it. I have not used one of them.
 

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The only thing i dont understand about the table lift is; is there an attachment to lift the wheels off of the surface. I seen a few table lifts and seen the attachment to hold the wheels in order to keep the bike straight but what if you needed to remove a wheel? Can someone enlighten me on that?
 

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Thanx for the explanation. A modified scissor jack would be ideal. You could even make it so that it could be "temp" bolted or pins fastened to the table. With brackets to hold the tubular frame. Worry free wrenching! Nice. I might have to get one now. Thanx a bunch! :D
 
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