Rumor in the Operating Room is; Henry DID in fact succeed in getting the doc
to drill lightening holes along with some fancy jointing to provide an
unfair advantage when heel toeing. This may be up for inspection at Mosport
as part of Tech!
From: firstname.lastname@example.org [mailto:email@example.com]On
Behalf Of Henry Frye
Sent: Thursday, November 07, 2002 3:52 PM
To: Bob Kramer; firstname.lastname@example.org
Subject: 3 phase lifts
I did just what you are talking about. Two poster sourced locally for
I bought a 3 phase converter, not the expensive rotary type. The company
I bought it from was most concerned with the startup load. My lift is a
screw type and the folks from the company were quite confident it would
be fine. It is.
They did have concerns about their unit being able to startup a big
I would be happy to share more details in a few weeks when I am back on
I can't thank you guys enough for all the kind emails. New titanium hip
installed yesterday. The doctor would not take John Wiley's advice and
drill some lightening holes!
Bob Kramer wrote:
> On another subject, does anyone have any experience with using 3 phase
> lifts with a phase converter? Apparantly, used 3 phase lifts can be had
> cheap, but houses don't come with 3 phase power.
Sent from my PDA. Sorry about brevity and typos!!!