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    I could really use casters on B case organs.I was thinking of a steel cup that the leg would fit into snugly,the cup being tack welded to the top"race" of a swiveling caster.The footprint would be the same,and small wheels(1.5")wouldn`t affect the pedal action.Has anyone seen or fabbed something similar?

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    Harbour Freight etc. Up here Princess Auto. On sale 4 for 44CA tax in. 11 dollars a corner.
    Rubberized cup holder keeps things solid.On concrete perfect roll!
    So easy to use there's no need to permanently attach.Whenever I lift it's ROK's!
    One could attach them if needed.
    A100/251 A100/147 A102/222 B2/142 BV/147 BCV/145 M3/145 M102/145 M111/770 L101/760 T222/HL722 M111/770 no B3/C3!

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      This is somewhat larger i made myself for the heavier novachord. With a bit softer casters and double wheeled. Unneccesary big but they are doin the job
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      A+A20+PR40+145. Novachord.

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        That what I use Pete ..while I have been repairing the organ in the shop But I have not thought through how I could use them with the base peddles. Have you? It think you might need to life the back end of the bass peddles and even the seat would need to be lifted too. Any ideas
        Practise the theory...realize the practical
        Hammonds L100 /A100 /B3 Leslie 147 and 122 Yamaha E352 Key board driven in OVATIONS 15" 40 watt power

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          Originally posted by PGR View Post
          That what I use Pete ..while I have been repairing the organ in the shop But I have not thought through how I could use them with the base peddles. Have you? It think you might need to life the back end of the bass peddles and even the seat would need to be lifted too. Any ideas
          Build a little "platform" the same height as the elevated organ; big enough for the rear bit of the pedalboard and the bench.
          Current organs: AV, M-3, A-100
          Current Leslies: 22H, 122, 770

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          • #6
            Originally posted by enor View Post
            Build a little "platform" the same height as the elevated organ; big enough for the rear bit of the pedalboard and the bench.
            Now that I look at the height it is only about 3/4 " maybe just a sheet of plywood would work Any body tried this.?
            Practise the theory...realize the practical
            Hammonds L100 /A100 /B3 Leslie 147 and 122 Yamaha E352 Key board driven in OVATIONS 15" 40 watt power

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