Oh boy, here we go....okay, I googled it this time. City in Mexico. Still don’t get the reference. It’s entirely possible that I’m just terrible at this game.....(but I checked & we’re about the same age, so it’s not generational)Ahh. Was she from Zihuatanejo? ;-)
lol. You're dyin' on the vine. In the movie, Andy used a rock pick to tunnel out of the prison and sneak off to his retirement in Zihuatanejo....Oh boy, here we go....okay, I googled it this time. City in Mexico. Still don’t get the reference. It’s entirely possible that I’m just terrible at this game.....
I keep mine covered, so it's holding up fine. That said, I haven't used it for anything.Those that have your Krazy Beaver on the roof rack, how's the fiberglass handle holding up in that environment? sometimes fiberglass gets beat up by UV rays & you'll eventually get tiny shards of 'glass in your hands.
Thanks in advance for your replies
Psh! Consider yourself lucky! Mine cost $200,000 and all I got was a stretcher box! No recovery gear at all!
In some states during fire season, you are required to have at minimum a shovel and 5 gallons of water.Can also be used for zombies lol
@Desert Runner are you thinking of the Hi Lift handle all? I have one I won as a door prize at a trail cleanup. If I remember right, it has a shovel, sledge, hoe, and I forget what else.In some states during fire season, you are required to have at minimum a shovel and 5 gallons of water.
If your also carrying a axe, you might think about having the....??????.....(Cant remember it's name). It has a shovel...axe...matock...pick-axe .attachments. someone will chime in on its name.
Offered in wood or plastic handles at one time. Wood is better if not carried all the time. Fiberglass if stored in the elements.
A better option than a multiple of separate tools.
This one.......Thx on the name. Almost bought one years ago. The need for that many tools just wasnt needed. Yah....price was alot cheaper....sigh