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"Topper Popper" Makes Romoval A One-Man Job
Taking a topper off a pickup is a one-man job with this new jack-type tool that lifts a topper up to 6 1/2 ft. high and then simply rolls it away.
  Introduced at the recent Minnesota Inventors Congress, Kenneth Berg's prototype "Topper Popper" features a 6-ft. steel lift arm that's raised and lowered by a 28-in. hydraulic cylinder. It has a 6-ft. by 3-ft. base and rides on two 8-in. dia. wheels in back and two 4-in. wheels in front.
  For more information, contact: FARM SHOW Followup, Kenneth Berg, 485 1st, Box 411, R.R. 2, Mazeppa, Minn. 55956 (ph 507 843-4725).

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1999 - Volume #23, Issue #4