Thanks WC & Rapid. I had a truck lined up to lift the shear onto the truck, but I know those guys are busy this time of year & I hated to bug them about my little project. So, tonight I got this bright idea to build brackets for the floor jacks that would pick the shear up, but would not get in the way when I rolled the truck under it.
I used some scrap stuff, nothin' pretty, but it worked. The bottom angle iron that slides under the shear between the feet has a lip that wraps around to the inside of the shear. When I jack it up it locks onto the shear, simple but effective.
Slipped it in place, drilled the mounting holes & bolted it in place.
Even the shears pedal linkage clears. Once the swivel wheels get straightened out it rolls surprisingly easy for 3,000 lbs.
Table fits. Needs an aluminum top & there's a little more to get the fence finished.
15th Annual DRAGLIST Nationals Sometime in 2020. Somewhere in the USA.