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» Duck/farmers/stone lift (Go to post)27-10-2009 @ 12:32 
But with the version I'm thinking of you can lose the handle and use it as a stone trainer (as the Elite one I linked to in the Atlas tone mould thread), plus it should be a lot cheaper to make. Just don't know how effective it would be for Farmers Walk, and not sure about pickup height versus the length the tube will need to be to load enough plates on. If I could upload a pic you might understand what I mean, but it would basically be JTs cheaper duck walk but with an open handle design.
» Duck/farmers/stone lift (Go to post)27-10-2009 @ 12:20 
Inspired by the Atlas stone mould thread...
How feasable do you think this would be. Like JTs duck walk, but with a handle that could also be used for farmers walk/hold if you had a pair. Could also be used as a Atlas stone trainer if you removed the handle and clamped plates on with a collar. (as Carl mentioned in other thread)
How do I upload a pic of the design I've done?
ta
» Atlas Stone Moulds (Go to post)27-10-2009 @ 11:19 
Carl said:its a duckwalk without the handle


Good point, so JT already does them -dual use, excellent. Could be on my Xmas list!
» Atlas Stone Moulds (Go to post)27-10-2009 @ 11:08 
Sparrow said:
JT will make things to order if you ask.
Could a piece of scaff not do the same job?


You'd need a flat base so as not to stab yourself with the pole, so a plate would need to be welded onto the bottom. But that's all it is, a length of 2" pipe/bar with a welded base plate and a locking collar of some sort.
» Atlas Stone Moulds (Go to post)27-10-2009 @ 10:29 
I was thinking of getting something like this made up. In fact maybe JT could look into it to add to his range...

http://www.flexcart.com/members/elitefts/default.asp?m=PD&...
» Removing the valve bit from keg (Go to post)16-10-2009 @ 11:15 
Anyone know the best way to do it. I've got the locking nut off but the valve appears to be made so it won't come out. Do I need to drill/saw at the top of the keg? Cheers
» Strength Shop - new products and updates (Go to post)16-10-2009 @ 09:05 
Cheers for my order Buzz! Just picked it up from the Post office. Great service. Elbow sleeves seem perfect, not tried the knee ones yet. Everything else is bob on. The nose tork nearly knocked me out! lol
» Shtcnt uni boxing club emails.. (Go to post)15-10-2009 @ 10:13 
How did he expect you to find his house anyway? s**tc**t house could be anywhere. Didi he send a map? Grin
» M.C - 300kg x 5 Deadlift (Go to post)15-10-2009 @ 09:32 
MarkClegg said:
GRIFF now wears Straps !


That'd look good in grey!
» Log, farmers and Pagan falling over! (Go to post)15-10-2009 @ 09:28 
Post Edited: 15.10.2009 @ 09:29 AM by PeteHodgson
Anyone broken into your neighbours using the ladder they've left next to the window? Grin
» Not the type of thing a Sugdenite would do... (Go to post)15-10-2009 @ 08:51 
Quite funny but if one of the kids was mine or my little brother/sister I'd find em and kick there asses. Good payback would be to fill their car with water. haha
» Log, farmers and Pagan falling over! (Go to post)15-10-2009 @ 08:47 
Great lifting guys. Pagan, you look like you've already stepped up a level since I met you at PSM! Well done.
» M.C - 300kg x 5 Deadlift (Go to post)13-10-2009 @ 15:55 
M-entle!
» The walk to the pub walk (Go to post)13-10-2009 @ 11:16 
Hmm. Wonder if I'll ever do that walk again. Seems like it'll be a long time off.
» Strength Shop - new products and updates (Go to post)12-10-2009 @ 17:06 
Cheers Buzz. Although I'm more like 100kg with 17" gunzzz if that is helpful, so they'd probably be too small then? I'll have another think. Still need the other stuff anyway.

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