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11-04-2013, 02:26 PM

peteypooldude...That's an idea too...strapping some kind of dowel or maybe a flatter piece of wood. That would give good stability to his lower arm and wrist! Thanks! The guy is in Clearwater FL, but thanks for the offer!

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Originally Posted by peteypooldude View Post
Yes, and if he can't grip it you could run the dowel down his wrist/arm and attach with Velcro straps around the wrist and maybe another strap running length ways and across the face of the bridge. If I could get to him I would hook him up
Good work Scott


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