I saw this design for stopping people from tailgating you...
This was quite good, too.
That's better ,too big to be captured into a single picture
What's that a massive pry bar?
It sure is. I have one as well.
Certainly have to feel very motivated to use it.
It's bl**dy heavy.
Why didn't you stand further away?
He might be on a Balcony
Well, he IS in the Mediterranean you know.............
I've seen bigger ones
Roughly 15 to 20kg never checked
Not enough space behind and those those things should always be as close as possible if needed
I've a couple which must be 1.8 or 2m. I've got some stainless boat prop shafts too, with so many uses.
I have one of those prybars, around six foot long 1/14 dia, with a squared point on one end and the pry on the other, they are a railway track layers tool, I don't think I've ever used it but cant bring myself to get rid of it.
Its a standard bumper found on 1960's > 80's American made pickup trucks.
They are so useful.
Uprooting root balls.
Moving machinery on rollers.
Digging out big rocks...
Force, man, force, it will come out!
Mines called Timmy.
love the idea of the adjustable tacked onto the bumper ,, tickles my sense of humour .
Lost on me, waste of an adjustable?
I tell you whats amusing people in fancy motors parking behind my van . the towbar sticks well out and all you hear is a crunch and the ball smashing there number plates
guess anything would do , a pipe flange ,,, a bit of i beam
a hand grenade
Yes, Wife s done my front numberplate, unless obviously someone reversed into it.
it's thin mild steel, just a little bit of character....
looks like you’ve been practicing javelin throw with it???
I can't find the picture (or even remember which website it was - it might have been someone on the rec.metalworking usenet group),
but someone posted up a picture of a (US) towhitch mounted bottle rack for collecting welding gas from the "store"
(possibly acetylene, because I remember him saying it needed to be upright).
now *that* would make people give you plenty of room!
You're not the only one who thought that.
I call it whale killing device
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