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Won't fit through door to move to another room

Need to move this massive machine to another room. No matter what angle I turn it at, it won't fit through door. Whats the best way to go about taking it apart in perhaps two pieces that will allow it to be moved?

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SOURCE: cant fit it through the door to move to another

Only 3 choices:

1 - leave it in place

2 - Take it partially apart so it will fit through the door

3 - Widen the door frame.

Since the treadmill got into the room, it should be able to get out. Most likely #2 is the option for you.

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Posted on Dec 01, 2011

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