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Discussion in 'Lawn Mowing' started by AllSeasonsAllReasons, Mar 10, 2001.
Does anyone use this? And is nice or is there a better one out there? Thanks Cory
hey, what kind of racks are you talking about jungle jim's makes a few different kinds of racks for different equipment. would you specify which one you are talkng about?
I have the Gear Caddy and love it. I have nothing to comparre it to but have been totally satisfied. BTW, I got mine off of E-bay for 1/2 price as a factory defect. The only prob. I found was it was missing 1 bolts and one nut. I needed different lenth bolts anyway. Hope this helps.
The Gear caddy is the one i am asking about! Thanks
anyone use "snaptrak"
I would be using it for an enclosed trailer. Using the E-trak for trimmers and hand tools. cost of $145 for a trimmer rack that holds 3 trimmers.
I ordered the complete gear caddy from Jungle Jims last Monday. They had 2 scratch models and I got one of them. The only scratches that it has are small and at the bottom of it. They retail for $289.95 but I got this one for $185.00. You can call them at 1-888-844-jims and ask if they have any scratched models, that is what I did.
[Edited by chariot on 03-11-2001 at 04:09 PM]
i also have a gear caddy. It is a quality rack and easy on and off. I have had others and i think nothing compares. I would give it a nine and a half for quality and duralbility.
[Edited by bdemir on 03-11-2001 at 07:20 PM]
We run one on our rig and its awesome!
I have a homemade tool rack made from 1x1 lengths and cut to fit the shovels, rakes, and other hand tools. I will be investing in something like these hopefully end of this season.