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Old 08-03-2021, 06:10 AM   #11
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Originally Posted by posplayr View Post
While that is an 1100 lbs lift, it is mainly for a stationary load. So I was going to ask how much wobble you had. This answers the question.

It is difficult to picture how you restained the lift torsionally. Do you have a picture/drawing of the actual load binders?

EDIT: I now see what you mean by load binders. Even if you are 90 deg to the rotation you can really toque this binder down to stop movement.

I didn't take many pictures, at the time I was focused on getting it done and traveling 1500 miles to Sturgis SD. I added a carrier to the rear of this thing as well, to carry spare fuel, a generator, and other stuff so the inside of the van was clear to use while on the road. I used 4 binders to triangulate everything for the long trip.

I did take a minute this morning to sketch the locations in Paint, red, and grab some pics of the hardware I used for you. See below
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1995 E350 7.3 Diesel, 4x4 high roof camper, UJOR 4" lift
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