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Offline Max

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Winch handles
« on: Tue 27 Mar 14:48 2018 »
I have 2 spare winch handles which I no longer need. Happy to give them away to anyone who may need one. You will have to collect from Rochedale South in Qld.

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    Re: Winch handles
    « Reply #1 on: Tue 27 Mar 19:15 2018 »
    I pickup at least 1 a week at the ramp

    Im sure its an interesting story why they're left behind

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    Re: Winch handles
    « Reply #2 on: Wed 28 Mar 09:10 2018 »
    Hi Max,

       If no one grabs them I will take them.

    Thanks Jason
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    Re: Winch handles
    « Reply #3 on: Thu 29 Mar 19:48 2018 »
    They need to put some kind of bucket setup at the ramp for handles.
    I find a few too.
    Just one more cast