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All of these were located in high tourist traffic areas #105821 08/04/05 05:02 AM
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Re: All of these were located in high tourist traffic areas #105822 08/04/05 09:55 AM
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Isn't that a twistlock in pictures six and seven? Wouldn't the wire strap be a little redundant?

Re: All of these were located in high tourist traffic areas #105823 08/04/05 08:16 PM
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On the first picture, the white plastic chain should be at least 3ft from the front of the switches, as it is blocking access (grrrr). Also does anyone know of a source in Canada to get the "air screws" or "sky hooks" that they used to supplement the support of that single piece of unistrut.


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