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Old 03-03-2010, 07:24 PM   #1
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Default Sailor Jerry's New Bunk

After gittin' through with the sawbones visits today, I stopped off at the st. Vinny's megastore to stock up on used books.

Out on the front porch I saw a real deal! A combination bunk for when sailor jerry is on location and when he ain't warmin' the slats, this is gonna be the finest slushbox tranny buildin' bench in the northwest!

Took three of us to load it, I'd say it weighs maybe 250???
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Old 03-03-2010, 07:30 PM   #2
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Sumbitch hadda price tag of $195. But the chick behind the counter said she was tired of rollin' it in and out every day so she marked it $20 this mornin'!

All the hydraulics work perfect, brakes work, the gas struts are good, even has the hanger pole for the iv bags.

I spent alotta time on one of these rigs a few years back, I always thought they'd make a super rollaround workbench, now we got one!

Now jerry ain't gotta sleep on the flatbed when he's visitin', he can have hiz own bunk.
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Old 03-03-2010, 09:07 PM   #3
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Sweet trapper john m.d.! That's fantastic! Jerry can't wait tuh strap on his kulostuhmee bag and give that bitch a whirl. Oh, and the beater servin' dual purpuss as a rednek bambuhlance jes warms the adenoidz.
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Old 03-04-2010, 09:08 AM   #4
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after gittin' through with the sawbones visits today, I stopped off at the st. Vinny's megastore to stock up on used books.

Out on the front porch I saw a real deal! A combination bunk for when sailor jerry is on location and when he ain't warmin' the slats, this is gonna be the finest slushbox tranny buildin' bench in the northwest!

Took three of us to load it, I'd say it weighs maybe 250???
Shit man!!! I have to push one of those every damn day!!! Now I have to see one at binder u as well.
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Old 03-04-2010, 09:12 AM   #5
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So can ya look up what yore employer pays for these things??

Here's a used one I found, the one I scored is the same version, a "stryker"!

Patient stretcher - $3,750

1002stryker05_34.jpglist: $8,400. Medcon: vg. Stryker big wheel model 1002 trauma stretcher.

Features:

* height adjustable from 28 to 41.5 inches
* pad 74.5 x 24.5 x 2.75 inches
* adjustable back rest and trendelenberg and reverse trendelenberg positions
* easy release slide away side rails
* brake/neutral/steer can be set at foot or head
* maximum load, 225 kg
* gas tank holder
* iv pole
* retractable transport handle
* bumpers at four corners
* hydraulic pedals on both right and left sides

overall dimensions of the unit:

* width: 28 in.
* length: 80.5
* height: 28

shipping weight is about 300 pounds.
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Old 03-04-2010, 09:46 AM   #6
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so can ya look up what yore employer pays for these things??

Here's a used one I found, the one I scored is the same version, a "stryker"!

Patient stretcher - $3,750

1002stryker05_34.jpglist: $8,400. Medcon: vg. Stryker big wheel model 1002 trauma stretcher.

Features:

* height adjustable from 28 to 41.5 inches
* pad 74.5 x 24.5 x 2.75 inches
* adjustable back rest and trendelenberg and reverse trendelenberg positions
* easy release slide away side rails
* brake/neutral/steer can be set at foot or head
* maximum load, 225 kg
* gas tank holder
* iv pole
* retractable transport handle
* bumpers at four corners
* hydraulic pedals on both right and left sides

overall dimensions of the unit:

* width: 28 in.
* length: 80.5
* height: 28

shipping weight is about 300 pounds.

I know the statistics on this model. It says the max weight capacity is 500 pounds, but I have pushed it to the limit and had 800 pounds on it. It's a bitch to push with that much weight, but it can take it.
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Old 03-05-2010, 06:44 PM   #7
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I don't know about you guys but you'd never see me on one of them body trolleys lest I was declared legally dead!!!!!

I'll send a gift to the first poor sumbitch to post a picture of mayben fast asleep on it. It will be a good gift not a white elephant too.

I say "poor sumbitch" cause if mm got pissed at trevor mixe'n happy water at the university he'll for sure get riled up at the posting of him sawin logs on that plastic fantastic bed. I don't want to be there then.
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Old 03-05-2010, 07:50 PM   #8
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I don't know about you guys but you'd never see me on one of them body trolleys lest I was declared legally dead!!!!!

I'll send a gift to the first poor sumbitch to post a picture of mayben fast asleep on it. It will be a good gift not a white elephant too.

I say "poor sumbitch" cause if mm got pissed at trevor mixe'n happy water at the university he'll for sure get riled up at the posting of him sawin logs on that plastic fantastic bed. I don't want to be there then.
Yore on man!

I take a nap every day at 3p if I kin 'member where the couch is. Now I don't have to nap on the creeper anymore 'cause I forgot ta git up off the shop floor, just make my way to the deadbed and rack out.

Now I gotta find onena them surplus fancy electric over pneumatic air mattresses that constantly massage yore azz so it don't git all whomperjawed while laid up in the ecu. A whomperjawed azz and morphine go real nice inna mix!
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Old 03-06-2010, 08:33 AM   #9
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yore on man!

I take a nap every day at 3p if I kin 'member where the couch is. Now I don't have to nap on the creeper anymore 'cause I forgot ta git up off the shop floor, just make my way to the deadbed and rack out.
That body trolley kinda looks like a steam punk creeper but with way more creepyness.

If you could get the subjects up offa the ground far enough, you could use it as a creeper and bed. Just nap where you lay under the IH.
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Yer deffnlee on rk! Fwb produkshunz iz slayted tuh be on camp-ass towards the end o month. Uzjoolee jerry an I keep the 'ol man's nose shov'd taht agin the grindstone, but we might have tuh mayk an eksepshun in lyt uh the gontlet yawl dun thowed down. Git ready fer a videyo clip kumpleet with snorin' and texian piller-tawk.
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I'll send a gift to the first poor sumbitch to post a picture of mayben fast asleep on it. It will be a good gift not a white elephant too.
Dang, I missed my opportunity! This is what I get for not reading the forums while in session at the bu - I coulda' had that shot a few hours ago! Got too distracted packing wheel bearings, watching Mike's super-secret method for removing 35-year-old ball joints (we don't need no stinkin' ball joint press... ), and catching up on the mckenzie river whatnot I suppose.
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