Clas-Göran Smeds

Clas-Göran Smeds

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This hitch step is a great gift for under $50. It provides a sturdy platform so that you can step up to reach your roof-mounted cargo carrier, wash your windshield, work under your hood and more. Designed for SUVs, motor homes and light-duty trucks.

This hitch step is a great gift for under $50. It provides a sturdy platform so that you can step up to reach your roof-mounted cargo carrier, wash your windshield, work under your hood and more. Designed for SUVs, motor homes and light-duty trucks.

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The Apex Hitch-Mounted Receiver Hitch Crane makes it possible for one person to easily lift heavy equipment or cargo weighing up to 1,000 lbs into the bed of a pickup truck. Attach it to your 2" class III or IV trailer hitch to easily load from either the driver or passenger side of your truck, and when not in use the trailer hitch crane folds up to be transported on your trailer hitch and free up valuable cargo space in the bed of your truck.

Our Apex Hitch-Mounted Crane makes loading heavy cargo such as engines, and generators into the bed of your pickup truck easy. The receiver hitch crane lifts up to lbs.

It took me about 40 minutes to make it and cost only 3 euros for materials. I like this holder a lot and I’m thinking - why I hadn't made it a long time ago.

It took me about 40 minutes to make it and cost only 3 euros for materials. I like this holder a lot and I’m thinking - why I hadn't made it a long time ago.

Cabinets (Woodworking Tricks)

A routed groove adds interest to flat-panel doors, but finding a way to radius the corners was a mystery to me. This router subbase changes that. First, build a router subbase from 1

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tips for painting - Wrap a rubber band around your paint can to stop drips and to prevent paint from drying in the lid!