Join Date: Mar 2006
Location: el dorado hills, CA, usa
there are a few videos on you tube where they have it mounted to the garage floor with anchors, another with it mounted to the basement wood floor. i saw a video where the guy had it freestanding and just extended the legs so he could stand on them for leverage. i think i will rig my changer up to the pole mounted in front of my water heater in the garage to avoid additional anchors in the concrete. plus drilling in concrete is a pain in the ass.
another option i thought of was to mount it to a subfloor structure with locking casters that would be large enough to stand on while using it.
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