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Topic by bryonbuzz posted 02-19-2014 10:40 PM 7875 views 0 times favorited 7 replies Add to Favorites Watch
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bryonbuzz

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02-19-2014 10:40 PM

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I have been using a side mounted cargo rack for the past 2 years to pick up my material from home depot instead of unloading my large tools from the back of my van . The new kind of racks are a point of use rack so you dont have to leave them on all the time . They hang onto the post or rail of your ladder rack in seconds and can hold up to 8 sheets of drywall or 32 2×4s and you can leave them there until you need them . And you can work of the side of your vehicle to pretty cool . When im not using them i keep them in the back and they only take up the same amount of room as my 4’ levels . Even when it rains or snows i use them because i can load them in less than 4-5 minutes and cover up my material and head back to work with out exposing my tools to the rain



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04-16-2014 09:58 AM

Do you mind sharing a picture ?

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bryonbuzz

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04-16-2014 01:32 PM

here are 4 pictures that show the use of the cargo racks

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04-08-2017 09:37 AM

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It’s cool how some cultures share things without (to my knowledge) actual contact. When I see those fabrics, I think of home, southwest Nigeria, Our indigo dyed fabric is called adire. I remember a class years in primary school where we were shown how to do the kumo technique and it was fun to see the results. the nation tribe

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10-14-2017 04:08 PM

It’s cool how some cultures share things without (to my knowledge) actual contact. When I see those fabrics, I think of home, southwest Nigeria, Our indigo dyed fabric is called adire. I remember a class years in primary school where we were shown how to do the kumo technique and it was fun to see the results. Falcon Vector Art

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