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Old September 26th, 2011, 11:44 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I may want a Workhorse tech or someone that knows the presses to come in and install and level my press when I get it in my shop in the next couple weeks. Wondering if anyone is in central California and what it would run as far as their/your fee would be.
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Old September 27th, 2011, 01:07 AM   #2 (permalink)
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I may want a Workhorse tech or someone that knows the presses to come in and install and level my press when I get it in my shop in the next couple weeks. Wondering if anyone is in central California and what it would run as far as their/your fee would be.
Call Workhorse and get the name of a reputable tech. They will steer you in the right direction to find someone.
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Old September 27th, 2011, 01:20 AM   #3 (permalink)
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Ill find someone but money is tight so I have to watch the P's and Q's. I did not even want to buy an auto so soon as I just upgraded my manual press about a month ago but I just could not pass up this press for the money so its made the P's and Q's a lil scarce as I still need a chiller and my electrician to come in.
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Old September 27th, 2011, 01:22 AM   #4 (permalink)
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Gerry you could probably do the electrical work yourself... it's not really that difficult.
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I get nervous around electrical. I have to run 3 (220) runs as I have had to redesign my 700 sq ft workspace which after the press is in there it wont "flow" so well lol.
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It's all just copper until you flip the switch.

If you ran that then you can run anything you will need.

Just remember to turn things off and be safe.
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One thing about it is I wont keep it clean. I can install car stereos, amps etc with no problem but making it look good is not my forte. I have a spider web of wires behind the seat in my truck where my 2 amps are.
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Don't worry about your floor being out of level. They have adjustments on the base for just that reason. As long as you're not on a hillside you'll be fine. There are some tricks to getting dead nuts level, but I've never worked on a Tuf, so I don't know.
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Default Re: Workhorse tech may be needed.

I am waiting on a quote from someone that messaged me on here. If its reasonable enough I may have him do the whole thing, breakdown, transport, install and leveling but would like to get a couple numbers to look at
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Monte Bartel is still the best. Works for M&R so you could call him and see if he can recommend someone.
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