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Thread: Harley JD Factory Frame Table

  1. #11
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    Now that is a frame straightening table ! Thanks for the picture, Chris.
    Eric Smith
    AMCA #886

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    Eric, That table of George's used to be in Edddy's shop in San Pedro, California and was mounted so it could Hydraulic cylinder lift from floor level height to bench level height. I believe it to be one of the one's the Spear brothers used to manufacture up in the Bay area. They built J-model cut downs and worked for Dud Perkins.
    DrSprocket

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    Quote Originally Posted by RichO View Post
    Eric, That table of George's used to be in Edddy's shop in San Pedro, California and was mounted so it could Hydraulic cylinder lift from floor level height to bench level height. I believe it to be one of the one's the Spear brothers used to manufacture up in the Bay area. They built J-model cut downs and worked for Dud Perkins.
    San Pedro, CA Harley dealer Eddie Ryan built the table himself. The base was from some other machine. He had the upright parts cast and machined.
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