Could someone find me what is it im trying to explain?
Ive been doing loads of yardwork in a yard thats been neglected for ten years, and im finding myself loading my pickup truck up only to have to unload it by hand again over and over.
I remember a product that is basically a tarp on a roller that attatches to you truck bed, and its layed out before you fill the truck. once filled, the tarp is on a big rolling bar at the dump and with a long handle attatched, so all you need to do is crank and the load slides out with the tart rolling up underneath.
I cant remeber what its called though, so my google searchin isnt doing much.....
yep thats it! i did some searching and it turns out sears.com has them on their website but does not list store availability. I went to sears downtown and they didnt even know what it was, and they sort of gave me a smart *** answer along the lines of 'just cause you see it online doesnt mean we have it stock'. well i replied whole sarcastically ' thats exactly why im here talking to you, i wanted to know if you did or didnt f***n knob' ok i left out the last part
Does anyone else know where i might be able to pick it up locally? otherwise ill just get it from sears.com, theyre actually comparable to ebay at least on the model i want for my ranger
I worked at Sears until just recently. I never saw anything like that for sale there. You might be able to find it at a Sears Hardware, which is different than the regular Sears department store. There are also Sears warehouses that you can buy from. Usually they're close to an airport.
eh- instead of doing all of the searching i think ill just buy from sears.com. to look on the bright side it will give me a little while longer before i have to move all that rock
I see on ebay right now there is one, bid starts at $10 and two days left, i really wanted to have it by next weekend but it doesnt even look like sears can get it to me that quick so i guess ill try good ole ebay