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Modified Harbor Freight Lift Table


By wizzardz

7 years ago



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    #411 2 years ago

    How are the wheels on this cart for hardwood floors. Will they scuff them up? Thanks in advance!

    #413 2 years ago
    Quoted from markp99:

    Wheels should be fine on hardwood floors, provided you have not wheeled the thing outdoors. My wheels have ground-in sand/grit from transporting a pin from my Jeep; I would not use mine on hardwood without making some attempt to scrub them clean.
    Not an issue for me in my basement w/concrete, then carpet.

    Thanks for the response - what type of wheels are they?

    #415 2 years ago
    Quoted from markp99:

    They're a plastic type wheel with a round profile. You can clearly see the scuffs/grit.

    thank you greatly

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    #418 2 years ago

    Harbor Freight is THE WORST COMPANY on planet earth. I ordered the cart. The entire box was damaged. It was missing the pin and bolts to connect the wheels. Like a reasonable person, I email them to get the parts. They don't respond. I call customer service and they cant send the parts but i can send the item back. How the hell do you send a 100 pound item back when you dont have the box since it was all ripped up and what logical sense does it make when you can just send me the parts.

    Horrible customer service.

    #421 2 years ago
    Quoted from AMBoggs:

    Can you take it to a local HF and exchange it?

    There isnothing too close - maybe over an hour away and its a pain in the ass to move

    #423 2 years ago
    Quoted from Pin_Guy:

    If you can't get this resolved with Harbor Freight just contact your credit card company and dispute the charge, this ALWAYS gets a merchants attention.

    Already did

    #424 2 years ago
    Quoted from locdb:

    Mine. I went with the "lowrider" handle. Added carpet w/carpet tape to replace the stinky mat.

    here's a semi stupid question - how in the heck do you get the cable out from the welded loop its in that's attached to the handle?

    #426 2 years ago
    Quoted from lb1:

    Bend or cut the metal loop.

    I dont think bending would work since there is no opening and what the heck would you cut it with? There is almost no room between the wire and the hole.

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