I'm sorry that I didn't get more pictures. It was about 20 degrees the day we unloaded it from the trailer into the garage and not much warmer when I hauled it to the shop. The Gorton was WAY too much for my skidloader to take in one piece, so we pulled the head, ram and turret from it. Then we dropped the forks off the skid loader to lighten the lifted assembley as much as possible. There's a big web inside the colum and we ran a sling around it and used a clevis on each end of the sling. Even stripped that far, my skid loader was at it's maximum. We almost pulled the table, but my friend decided to hang off the counter weight instead. Once the colum was nearer the ground the balance was good enough to move.

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