Well I have some pics (should have taken a pic of the 2 cabinets and control pannel as that was a tight fit. That had to go in through the side. Didn't want to split the 2 since that would have been a wireing nitemare..
Anywho have a few pictures but basicly proved that 1 man a cherry picker (and a 6 year old from time to time) 3 year old was also with me. So that limited space in the van. Also sucked having to pack the cheery picker each time I moved the Van..
Just so there isn't to much suspence.. I've got a walk out basement..hehee
Have some pics but should have taken more but they are in the camara at work.
So far I have the main base, cabinets and the top of the turret has made it to the basement.
Heck of a thing moving something that big. I know some probably think that is crazy but I get a kick out of moving big things on my own while I still can (few years a go I moved the 4 post lift from the company I worked for (who when bankrupt) to my house all on my own..hehe
Just a matter of engenious use of jacks../
But anyway when assembling the top and putting the spindle head back on should any oil or anything be applied between the surfaces? or should they be dry? Just wondering.
I'll post some move pics tomorrow got to figure out where It's going in the shop to....