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    Atlantis Pivot Press

    I am looking to buy a used Atlantis pivot press. The seller doesn't seem to be able to determine if it comes apart but I am pretty sure it does can anyone confirm it would come apart as I have shown in the first picture.






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    It looks like you've got it down. That entire sled assembly has to come off as it's a moving part. And the weight posts are bolted on. Even if nothing else comes apart that probably gets it through the doorway, but it appears as if that rear portion unbolts as well. If the price is right, I would grab my standard kit (socket set, hex set, snap ring pliers, screwdriver set and a rubber mallet) and figure out the details when I get there.
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    HealthnutMD would know, but if you are uncertain, grab a couple flat moving dollies to put underneath and wheel it away to a better home.
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    Why haven't you just asked Atlantis directly?
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