Could you post a link pleaseyou gotta remember though, when you countersink your lift table into the floor, youre losing like 10 inches of its maximum height that it can lift. specially with like a handy lift, they dont lift that high, so after you countersink it, you are truly just making it a back breaking height that doesnt help at all. youre better off getting the K&L hydraulic lifts that lift wayyy higher and are way nicer. we have two of them and they are amazing.
What is his made out of?