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Old 04-17-2007, 12:57 PM  
JoulesWinfield
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Thanks Glenn.
I know my uncle has a crazy jack that he has used for stuff like this, Ill check with him to see if its that big.

As far as lifting distance, I dont think I will need more than a half inch anyways. Its probably less than 1/4 too high where its attached to the perpendicular joist.


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