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Capn Jimbo Offline
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Posted: May 06 2007,17:14

An interesting homemade loader...







The builder states he used 3 inch PVC so as to clear the J-bars on his roof.  Note the straps used to hold the loading pipes securely to the J-carrier.


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Edited by Capn Jimbo on May 06 2007,17:14

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FlatulentTuna Offline
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Posted: May 07 2007,13:53

I love to see some good old fashioned FIELD ENGINEERING:laugh:
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Posted: May 08 2007,16:58

Seem a good option for those deficient in height or power. My bathmat over the roofrack gets me loaded in about 20 seconds, without straps.

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Posted: May 11 2007,12:27

Quote (RDS @ May 08 2007,19:58)
Seem a good option for those deficient in height or power. My bathmat over the roofrack gets me loaded in about 20 seconds, without straps.

RDS

I just lift the #### thing up on there....Easy to load while getting ready to go out- a tad harder after shoulders, back, etc has been workin all day ...lol

Gotta get a mat....

I kinda like that PVC idea though.  Good Stuff !
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