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  1. Hi Kevin.....I used an engine hoist to lift the machine and blocked it up with some left over 6x6 fence posts. Then I drilled out the 12 mm holes that came with the machine to 1/2" and attached the great lakes casters using the stem, lock washer and nylon nut. I had to remove some of the sheet metal on one side to do this but it worked out OK. Good luck.
    Ted
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    Ted:

    I seen a post that showed you have CarryMaster Casters on your Hammermill Jointer/Planer combo.
    Can you please tell me how you accomplished that? I am considering purchasing one and your idea appears to be the mobility solution that I like.

    Thanks
    Kevin
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