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Old 04-23-2014, 11:53 PM   #11
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here's my Ultra Fab 3500 with the reverse motor head:

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Ok. What's involved with rotating only the power head 180 degrees ? Just loosen a few screws and twist or is it more involved ?
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Ok. What's involved with rotating only the power head 180 degrees ? Just loosen a few screws and twist or is it more involved ?
I just went to rotate it yesterday. I can't rotate 90 only 180. The block is rectangular and so is the bolt pattern. Therefore I didn't rotate but if some one would want to rotate 180..... Put the jack in the retracted state with no load on it. Then remove the plastic covers. Leave them hang from the wires, just don't short anything out. Now there are 4 M8 SHCS that need removed. Pull up on the head assembly. Once loose pull up far enough to rotate 180. Put it all back together and done. If your handy I'd say 30 -60 mins from getting the tools out to putting them away.
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