I wouldn't have used a lock washer and regular nut as NPepper mentioned it had. I would have used 2 flat washers a lock nut period. The lock nut will not work loose. You do NOT want wing nuts or a butterfly screw. They have no locking secure feature and are only made for easy removal, which is not what you want in this case.I will look into purchasing the screw with the wings on them.
You caught that too!Deron, you must do some little houses and commercial buildings. To use the port as truck mounted. For reals? I thought you recommended to not go past 50ft.
You must also have shares in Mytee stock. Because you have a hardcore allegiance to this company.
I would have patented that DS of yours. Before giving it away, but I guess you already have an abundance of money. So I guess the is no need.
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That why these are made;Alex
Nelson resides in Chicago and cleans high rises etc. a porty is a must and stair climbing will always be a necessity . NO porty is easy to lug up and down stairs. He needs an tech to help .
Yeah he ranted somewhat but he called Mytee's customer service and got the old run around (http://www.truckmountforums.com/int...table-equipment-please-advise.html#post262581) like this man did who runs all porty's. My gawd Nelson's client was INJURED !!!
Glad to see you are coming around and leaving your extractor outside . Soon you will leave it at the street/van like I have been doing for over 2 years and now Timothy , Chokester and other M5 owners are doing also.
It'd okay to be wrong .