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Old Man Tool

OLD MAN TOOL

One of the biggest draw backs to the car hobby is
getting down and back up about a million times while working on your car, this thing remedies that problem especially for the ones that do not have room for a hoist.
A new toy for the old boys who play in the garage!

http://www.wimp.com/hydraulicchair/

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Pretty cool

but no use as one can sit on a roller and roll under any vehicle. But cool for the rich I guess.

I know 90 yr old men who squat down on rollers, or just squirm around on the ground until they are under their rods.

It's for wusses with a lot of money. But still pretty cool.

If someone is that rich they can afford someone to do the work for them or put the car on a lift if they can't drive it up a simple ramp. You can build a ramp with plywood. Plenty easy to change the oil and even do tranny or brake work.

If you have enough money to buy one of those chairs (with which you will still have to build a ramp) you can afford to hire someone to put your car above a lift and do the work. It's a bridge to nowhere. Although as a young slacker I like it. It's a rich man's toy.

Want to waste your money on a rod, there you go...

:) neat toy though

Oh yeah, what's the cost?

$25/$0 on shoulders vs ???

Nice toy.

Nice toy.

My wife bought me one to save our marriage.

Works great! Spiced and fixed it right up!

She's insatiable, needs a lot of work under the hood and chassis,

but please don't quote my position on the issue, for it changes frequently.

Is there a

Cup holder?

Tis the leg holder that really made the difference.

Cup holder was an unnecessary extravagance. Go without.

Disclaimer: Mark Twain (1835-1910-To be continued) is unlicensed. His river pilot's license went delinquent in 1862. Caution advised. Daily Paul

Yes, but it is sold separately...

and needs to be worn at all times while in chair. ;)

Hard hats are also available.

Don't be a tool! Pause & reflect.

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Location. Location. Location.

Disclaimer: Mark Twain (1835-1910-To be continued) is unlicensed. His river pilot's license went delinquent in 1862. Caution advised. Daily Paul

God Advice Mr. Twain

I love the twain..cho, cho..