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Old 04-14-2016, 09:30 PM   #15
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Ours works really well, and built well. Our Ellipse came with one. It has it's own dedicated compartment above and to the right of the main basement tray.


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Old 04-14-2016, 09:51 PM   #16
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I think I've had one since we got our 2000 Dutch Star. Been storing it in a plastic fence post since then too although I did go from a 6' to the 7' one when we got the '02 Dutch Star. I also got the top bar that folds to the side at a GS rally in Phoenix a few years ago. They had a couple left they didn't want to pack and ship back so they were relatively cheap. My problem now is that the Magna is so tall and no ladder that I had to get a telescoping 15' ladder from Home Depot. The folding ladder isn't tall enough to get on the roof and the telescoping one can't rest on the sidewall so I'm carrying both. I do have a Little Giant at the stick house but I sure don't know where I'd put it in the MH.

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I usually follow along pretty well with iRV discussions. This one has left me scratching my head. The web page I was looking at didn't fit the description. I decided since there were so many recommendations I had better look again. Now finally CW's server provided the proper page and I get what we are talking about. That looks like a tool I need to add to our kit. Thanks!


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