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    New old mans Helper

    Seen this at harbor freight on sale like $14.95 I think its going to be a knee saver



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    Til it rolls out from under you, and you eat a rocker panel!
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    I'd be concerned it would slip away, too. I use a cushion when I have to do that stuff, but prefer to use the lift when I can.

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    The wife is always buying new throw pillows so I have a constant supply of old ones. I keep one in the trailer and a couple of them in the garage.
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    you can get down on your knees?
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    LOL, Carl! I can. It's the getting back up that hurts.

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    I have one of those but haven't used it very much. I have a pad I believe I bought from Northern Tool that is something like 2" of foam mounted on plastic. It is about 12" by 18" and has a handle on each side. I use it all the time.
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    For me getting down is easy , its the getting up that sucks.

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    My wife bought me one of those The Bone creepers. Although I haven't used it much, it needs some type of hydraulic lift to get me up.
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