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Handy New Idlestick
"It's great for cold weather starts but there's lots of uses year around," says C.G. Ross, inventor and manufacturer of "Idlestick", a nifty new device that holds hard-to-idle car and truck engines at a steady idle.
Idlestick unfolds like a fold-out wooden ruler. It's made out of oak and once ex-tended can be lengthened or shortened with a wing nut to fine-tune engine. It's got non-skid surfaces on either end so it won't slip off.
"People are surprised with how many uses they find for it," says Ross. "In addition to use on cold engines, it's great for mechanics working alone to maintain engine rpm's. You can use it when jump starting a dead battery to maintain a high charging idle. You can also use it check brake lights and as an emergency brake."
Folds up to just 12 in. so it'll fit in glove compartment. Sells for $9.99 (plus $3 ship-ping).
Contact: FARM SHOW Followup, C.G.
Ross, 524 N. 6th, Fairview, Okla 73737.

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1991 - Volume #15, Issue #3