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post #1 of 6 Old 06-26-2011, 02:34 AM Thread Starter
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Best cargo bar/load bar?

I have been looking at one of these for a while now. I have been doing a lot of research and think I have finally came down to what I think might be the most durable. Let me know what you guys think or your personal experience with other brands. I dont want some cheap one that will bend under a little pressure.

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I have never even looked into this. Why would you need one where a strap or bungie cord wont work?

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ive got a compression style one that i never use, only reason i have it is because it fell off my trailer at my old job one day and never made it back


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ive got a compression style one that i never use, only reason i have it is because it fell off my trailer at my old job one day and never made it back
Imagine that...

I just want one for when I move or help people move. Tie straps and bungee cords only go so far. I just helped a buddy move and one of these would have been a great help.

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I've got 2 of the cheaper styles, they come in handy when used with a light load. Personally, I wouldn't even trust the HD versions if I had to panic stop.

Read a bumper sticker- "Yes, this is my pick up, no I'm not gonna help you move."

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Imagine that...

I just want one for when I move or help people move. Tie straps and bungee cords only go so far. I just helped a buddy move and one of these would have been a great help.
You just need to learn how to tie better knots! LOL!

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