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That makes things a lot easier. Feel free to DM me if you need any further assistance with any aspect of the project.

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ThanksBut I have just had a visit from the potensial new landlord and he has agreed that its ok to dig the floor :)

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A wooden floor would not be acceptable as it may deflect to put you outside of the level requirements. However I have done this and been approved for a customer previously in steel so your concept is totally achievable.

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I looked at a new peremises today and the landlorrd says I cant dig a hole in the floor.Can I fit a raised wooden floor for a motorcycle brake tester ?Thanks in advance
Allan



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