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Old 06-13-2020, 11:30 AM   #1
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I remember this from a few years ago. Wasn’t he a member here?

Yeah, perfect for SoCal garage setups! Here it’s rare to see a heater off of the floor. In slab or crawl houses, a bear hug does the trick.
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It does look pretty handy and worth while to promote. However for around here it wont be any more help than any regular hand truck as we never have heaters sitting high like that.

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