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Old 07-14-2015, 01:35 PM   #11
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Originally Posted by tamraking View Post
As a woman with weak shoulders trying to get the needed leverage, I found a 48" 24 was the perfect lever for me...goes up like a breeze. I took the same length and made a PVC "tool" that works incredibly well. I highly recommend it for people under 6'. The pipe is about 2" in diameter, and I notched out a slot at one end to perfectly fit the lift/raise handles. I will see if I can post a pic soon to beer allow visual of it.
The last reply prior to u was sept 2012. Think they're still trying. Just kidding. I use a step stool myself to raise it😀

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Old 07-21-2015, 05:14 PM   #13
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The lever idea sounds like a good one. Although I have no trouble raising my roof now, I have read that it can get harder with time. Having had back surgery, I will keep this in mind.

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