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Old 02-28-2015, 06:20 AM   #1
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G'day Guys

Do any members use such a thing ?
I've never seen them before until tonight at my Brothers place he had one in the back of the ute

I want to get two to keep in my ute Awsome to keep cargo from moving Ratchet Cargo Bar-imageuploadedbypainttalk.com1425122185.311169.jpgRatchet Cargo Bar-imageuploadedbypainttalk.com1425122335.697633.jpgRatchet Cargo Bar-imageuploadedbypainttalk.com1425122365.976894.jpg

For the Aussie Members $20 each from Aldi if still in stock
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When I was younger I worked for food delivery company and we used these to keep the load tight as we emptied the truck. I have 2 that some how ended up in my car and use them still today. So many uses for these, hold plastic up, keep your load tight, great to attach a cat/dog toy to.
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G'day CD

I can't believe I have never seen them before hope I can find some they look good
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I can't believe I have never seen them before hope I can find some they look good
Not sure you can get stuff from Amazon.

http://www.amazon.com/Heininger-4016...5124232&sr=1-2
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I've been suspicious that those were where ZipWall poles came from.
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I've been suspicious that those were where ZipWall poles came from.
I did use mine as a zip wall before but they got lost in all the clutter in my basement and never thought about them again until Ben made this post. We do have zip wall poles now I always keep in my truck and once in a while use them as a load bar.
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We got a stack of these from a retail business that was closing, a great source for storage like bins, cabinets, etc, by the way.

http://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/produc..._System_2.html
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