Apr 10, 2017
Hmmm, could say that!
Unlucky rich. Easy to knock out now there's a hatch on the other side..
That should disappear in the right hands. Would be a shame to lose that sticker..
Easy and chip...
Plus, you have an hummer to use at the camp site
Hmm, that’s not up to your usual standard Marco.
I didn’t see the above read ‘Hummer’.
As long as I don’t have to buy the fuel, that could be fun. At least I wouldn’t have to look at it if I’m in it.
I've spent all day to understand your post
I need to improve my English
I need to improve my reversing.
There’s nothing wrong with your English Marco. I think the cursed ‘autocorrect Gremlin’ May have been at work changing Hammer (as in your pic) to:-
Having stuffed my back (again ) trying to lift my roof tent off it’s stand to go to fake Lincomb last month,
I decided to get on with the rest of the stand that is the mechanism to raise the tent up and onto the roof. This was always planned for, it just got left on the back burner rather too long.
The idea was to winch it up using a winch and webbing straps but I never worked out the finer detail so that idea got scrapped in favour of this.…
An engine crane ram off eBay all the way from China provides the lifting force to two arms and a bar across the bottom lifting it rather like an up’n’over garage door.
It’s about 95% successful in that it lifts the tent adequately to the roof. However improvement is needed to stabilise the tent when just off the cradle as it has a tendency to lean backwards, balancing for the cradle when the tent isn’t on it as it wants to fall over and a receiver hitch for the truck as the cradle now fouls the tow bar. Other than that and having to pump over 100 times, I’m rather pleased with how it’s turned out.
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