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Just thought you guys would find this interesting, if it hasn't been posted before. Seems like a huge time- and back-saver. I have no information on cost. I can't imagine it's worth the purchase, and I don't know how many rental places would have one.  Still pretty cool though. Maybe it could be redneck-engineered?

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Impressive.  It gets the brain thinking. Like tieing some bags under a rock bucket
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