The solid plastic does not block your view too much?Added a bit of wind protection to the old girl. Still far from finished with it, but a good start. Will house the Garmin XT, plugs for accessories, etc.
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Lol, you could pass for one of those caravans heading south of the boarder!This wasn't in my garage, and it wasn't today, but I came across this photo and had to share it. I had my old riding mower repaired when I got a newer one, so I needed to get it back home but I couldn't find a breathing soul over age 3, and neither could the mechanic who couldn't leave his shop. So, I lashed them together with a rope inside a piece of pipe, and lashed the steering wheel down.
Necessity is the mother of invention. Mother, behold your invisible child!
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Arrived home lickety-split, 1/2 mile, right-left-right, and 3 stop signs. Zero incidents.
I think I could tow a full-sized vehicle like this, but I'd use 2 ropes with 2 pipes...
I have a Hart (Walmart) 40V chainsaw and it's good for little things around the house, but when I need to get serious and start cutting up the larger logs for my woodturning it really burns through the two batteries that I have. Typically, one will still be charging when the second one dies and I really don't want to invest in a 3rd battery, so the thought of an electric chainsaw has been bouncing around in my head. As much as you like your Greenworks I'm not sure I want to invest in another battery operated unit.Try a modern 60V cordless brushless chainsaw and you'll never look back. Greenworks now has an 80V and if I wasn't already invested in the 60V platform with numerous tools and batteries, I'd buy one without a second thought.
What was it doing....beside being a Ford?I think I know the problem.......
Mine will be opening, then 1" along, backs up again. Turns out it just touches the edge of the sheetrock. Going on 3 years now, I just use the pull rope...Also had to mess with my sisters garage door. Would start to close them open back up almost immediately....now works fine.