I thought I would share today's project. I have mounted my Gamma Progression 602 FC II turntable, and a Wise 2086 tension head onto a Seville 6 door tool trolley. This was inspired by some photos I saw posted here by another member in an older thread. What I used to do this: - Seville UltraHD 6 Door Tool Trolley (you could use any mounting surface you like really) - 25mm Linear Bearing with a Flange mount, and cap screws to suit - Wise 2086 Tension head, with the regular dropweight bracket - 6 MDF wooden craft coasters (to space the flange mount such that I could retain 360 rotation) - Self-adhesive measuring tape I have also ordered a much more heavy duty flanged bearing, as I am not too confident in the item I used for a few reasons. Firstly, the mounting bolts are only 5mm. Secondly, I hate the idea of using these MDF wood spacers. The heavy duty item I have ordered is naturally high enough to retain 360 rotation. And thirdly, there is a bit of play in the current bearing so there is a tiny bit of turntable wobble (not much more than the original Gamma base). Unfortunately there is no set screws in this bearing to compensate for the wobble, however the heavy duty replacement I have bought has these adjustments. Anyway here is some phone pictures. The MDF spacers allow me to raise the turntable high enough. Self-adhesive measuring tape. Awesome stuff and will make measuring string much easier. It came in a 2 meter reel, so I will use the rest to make a balance board next I think. Here is a picture of the heavy duty flanged bearing I have ordered. As soon as it comes I think I will swap out the first item used. This new one has much bigger mounting holes and adjustment to limit shaft movement.