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Old 12-18-2007, 07:59 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Anyone familiar with TI BRADBURY lifts?

I just acquired a nice TI Bradbury 4 post lift, it has the wheel free option, and a wheelforce 2020 alignment rack. Problem is it is disassembled and I have nothing showing how it fits back together. Anyone work with one that can take a pic or two, or better yet have access to a manual?

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Old 03-19-2008, 09:42 AM   #2 (permalink)
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realizing this thread almost four years old I almost hesitate to ask - were you successful in finding a manual for it? I'm looking as well with no luch thus far.
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realizing this thread almost four years old I almost hesitate to ask - were you successful in finding a manual for it? I'm looking as well with no luck thus far.
Check that. Received the manual from Bradbury. If anyone needs a 40 series manual covering lifts from the 80's shoot me an email and I'll send it.
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Check that. Received the manual from Bradbury. If anyone needs a 40 series manual covering lifts from the 80's shoot me an email and I'll send it.
I just picked one up and put it together but I am not sure on the where the cables pass thru the pullys at the posts.
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does anyone still have the Bradbury manual .
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Old 10-08-2013, 10:16 AM   #7 (permalink)
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I know old topic.
I just got one and am looking for the same thing. A manual.
Just bringing it back to the top to see if anyone has any new info they would share.
I have Bradbury Dockmaster 3.5 tonnes
Model 773
made 1984
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