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  1. #1
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    Default Thinking of getting Carba Dlx 15" Thicknesser & 8" Jointer

    Hoping to purchase the Carbatec 15" Deluxe Thicknesser as well as the 8" Jointer.

    How would I go loading/unloading these onto a Mazda Bravo trayback (it's quite high)?
    I don't have a forklift at my place....

    I'm at work during the week so not sure how I'd go with having it delivered.
    Perhaps I should look at using a trailer instead

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    Grab your neighbour and walk it down a couple of long planks. Then with that done you enjoy a few ales after all the sweat and exertion.

    Trailer would be easier.

    It's great thicky and will take anything you can think of throwing at it . I've put some massively heavy and long (4m) pieces of rough sawn slabs through it and it never blinked.
    I make things, I just take a long time.

    www.brandhouse.net.au

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