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#40713 - 08/02/04 02:13 AM "Check This Out"
nazz Offline
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Registered: 07/31/04
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Loc: australia
Any body got one of these?
I picked one up the other day, its a cable roller that clips straight onto a stud of a new house frame, you can put it at any height, almost to the ceiling rafters and the cable just glides off, its great.
Don't know if you can get them in other countries or not, definitly worth a look.
Chicks look OK too http://www.cablestik.com

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#40714 - 08/02/04 11:36 AM Re: "Check This Out"
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Was I supposed to be looking at some wire thingy or something?

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#40715 - 08/02/04 12:03 PM Re: "Check This Out"
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Registered: 02/21/04
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Who? What? I can order a pretty girl to pull my wire?? She's hired!

Is this something you'd normally see on a jobsite??



I guess when you need a tugger with some horsepower....

-Randy

[This message has been edited by Lostazhell (edited 08-02-2004).]

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