Well, now I just need to figure out how to get my 2D off the trailer and into the basement through the garage. I'm thinking I'll jack it up with handyman jacks and roll it on pipe. I ran into a significant problem, though. I never thought to measure the height of the mill ... I have to remove the door frame seperating the garage from the basement in order to get the mill in.

A more serious problem is when the mill is in the basement. I have about 90" of height before I hit the joists. The mill is about 82" tall but to change speeds, the top of the mill swings open to reveal the variable speed drive and the cranks. (One to change ranges and the other to operate the sheaves). I won't be able to swing the top all the way open when it's in the basement... not sure what to do

A more serious problem is when the mill is in the basement. I have about 90" of height before I hit the joists. The mill is about 82" tall but to change speeds, the top of the mill swings open to reveal the variable speed drive and the cranks. (One to change ranges and the other to operate the sheaves). I won't be able to swing the top all the way open when it's in the basement... not sure what to do

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