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me is bored
01-15-2007, 06:48 PM
hey i was just wondering whether or not the gamma stand tables were compatible with the revo4000
either this one: http://www.atssports.com/tennis.cfm?prodid=632

or the one that looks wider: i cant find a pic of it right now but saw earlier

thx in advance for any help =]

T.J. Planas
01-15-2007, 07:19 PM
I think any stand like the one you have pictured above can be made to work on most portable machines. You would really only have to drill mounting holes in the base of the Revo 4k that would correspond with the holes in the mounting plate of the stand. For $99 I think you can do better than one of those generic stands. When I got my first drop weight, I went to Sears and purchased a rolling workstation to set the machine on. It has draws for tools and a compartment on the bottom that was large enough to house the machine when I wasn't using it. In addition, I could lock the whole thing up. It also had peg holes drilled on the side that would accomodate pegs for hanging strings. The one below runs $125 and is similiar to the one have.

http://www.sears.com/sr/javasr/product.do?cat=Storage%2C+Chests+%26+Cabinets&pid=00959304000&vertical=TOOL&subcat=Mobile+Tool+Cabinets&BV_UseBVCookie=Yes

me is bored
01-15-2007, 07:24 PM
whoa!!! that ones awesome!! we might get that one cuz it looks sturdy, is big enough for the revo has wheels and drawers!! that ones almost perfect!! cept im only 5'1" cuz im only 12 =/ but my bro and dad could prolly string just fine and i could adjust =]

Netgame
01-15-2007, 07:30 PM
I think any stand like the one you have pictured above can be made to work on most portable machines. You would really only have to drill mounting holes in the base of the Revo 4k that would correspond with the holes in the mounting plate of the stand. For $99 I think you can do better than one of those generic stands. When I got my first drop weight, I went to Sears and purchased a rolling workstation to set the machine on. It has draws for tools and a compartment on the bottom that was large enough to house the machine when I wasn't using it. In addition, I could lock the whole thing up. It also had peg holes drilled on the side that would accomodate pegs for hanging strings. The one below runs $125 and is similiar to the one have.

http://www.sears.com/sr/javasr/product.do?cat=Storage%2C+Chests+%26+Cabinets&pid=00959304000&vertical=TOOL&subcat=Mobile+Tool+Cabinets&BV_UseBVCookie=Yes
That is an impressive cart. My new Kevo 4K is on it's way and I've been looking for a cart. I think I found it. Heavy duty wheels are a plus also.