Home Depot sell's two versions of it's "POW'R PULL"
with either a single 12 ft range or a double with 6 ft range.
These units are made with a solid ratchet instead of the cheapies
that use several plates bolted together.
BTW, it is easy to convert a double to a single by simply connecting the
wire end to the pulley instead of back to the come-along.
de Tom N4KG
On Mon, 09 Jun 1997 21:55:59 +0100 Tyler Stewart <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
>Bill Fisher - W4AN wrote:
>> I bought 3 come-a-longs from hardware stores. Each one was junk.
>> Where does a person get one that you can trust? Brand?
>> Bill, W4AN
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>I dont know, but when you find a good one, let me know! I just bought
>one at Ames and it immediatly jammed and then as soon as we freed it
>the cable came right off the reel!
>I'm also having a bit of a hard time finding one that has a long
>cable, and not the hook with a pulley, which doubles the leverage, but
>cuts the range in half. For putting guys on, it's best to get one
>a long single cable instead of a double which may not be long enough.
>I bought another one at Home Depot which was OK, but it was the double
>cable type and it's not quite long enough to do guys comfortably.
>73, Tyler K3MM
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