If I read your post right,it is a rigid ram mill,I.E. no moveable ram like on a regular b-port,so in that case the balance point should be right over the vertical way that the knee rides up and down on.If you can sling it over that you could adjust your CG by moving the table in or out.
As far as moving it once its on the ground,if you have a level floor or driveway the method I use is a series of 3/4 or 1" steel pipes,about six is a good number,set it down on those and roll or pull it Egyptian style,you can even steer the machine by laying each free pipe on a slight angle.
Another method is the one John S uses, where he sets the machine down on two lengths of small steel rod like 1/2 or 5/8 and prys it along with a pinch bar.All of this works assuming you have concrete or asphalt.
[This message has been edited by wierdscience (edited 11-11-2004).]
I just need one more tool,just one!