Quoted from MANTO1975:
is it very hard to separate the lane into two sections and what is involved.
When separating the lanes sections, there should be a board (like a 1 X 4) screwed up underneath the formica at
the seam to join them together. It's best to take the 4 screws out of the front section. Best to do this first before
taking out the 2 long jointing bolts..
I know Ron mentioned the ball lift box separates, but to be truthful, it's not normal for the ball lift section to separate from
the back lane section. I've actually seen it where it's not only screwed, but also glued on. Years back, I had to change
one out, and it was a bitch. Had to pry it apart. I always leave the ball lift box and rear lane section as one..
14 footers are actually easier to move than 11 footers. The longest piece after apart is 8 ft.
When United first made the 14 footers, they made them one piece and they were not easy to transport to say the least.
I had moved one before. Shortly after production, Vendors must have complained, and then United made the 14 footers a
split alley. You don't see them often, but there are a few of the early one piece 14 ft. lane sections out there..