What's hotRacor Pro PS-3R Three Pair Ski and Pole Rack
Home Improvement (Racor)
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- Ski and pole rack for 3 pair of skis and poles
- Easy installation with provided hardware
- Supports skis at tips and hangs poles by straps
Organized Living Ski Rack
Home Improvement (Organized Living)
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- Adjusts easily with out tools to fit your changing needs.
- Mounts easily to the Activity Organizer Grid, standard 3" on center slatwall or directly to the wall.
- Safe for the home! Organized Living paints and coatings are epoxy coated, made from low emitting materials.
One Pair Ski Hook
Home Improvement (HandiSolutions)
- Holds one pair of skis and the poles
- Rubberized hooks to protect skis
Crawford-Lehigh 36360-6 Ultra Hold 36-by-5-Inch Eight-Hook Tool Rack
Home Improvement (Crawford-Lehigh)
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- Hold up to 10 lbs on each grip clamp.
- Works on Gravity - the heavier the object, the stronger the grip.
- Grip Clamps slide to desired position to accommodate different shaped objects.
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The "Million Mile Chevy"
In March 2011 I was crossing the Richmond-San Rafael Bridge and noticed that the odometer on Red, my 1968 Chevy truck, registered 1,000,000 miles! How did it get all those miles on it?
I started City Sheet Metal Works in San Francisco in 1976, and for about 15 years the truck was the only vehicle I owned - and I used it for everything. For over 40 years the truck got me to Aspen, Jackson Hole, Vail, Lake Tahoe and Mammoth Mountain - and probably a dozen other ski resorts and winter destinations in the western states. In 1999, Red made it as far as a Packard automobile festival in Ohio, which also upped the mileage.
I bought my truck from my boss at Robert J. Neilan Sheet Metal Works in 1972, when I was an apprentice there. Bob commuted from Marin County every day and drove the truck around San Francisco. The truck had 132,000 miles on it when I purchased it, and it has had five motors since it was new. Bob lost the first one - a 307-cubic inch - at 28,000 miles, and GM gave him a new one that was tired when I got it. Over a weekend I installed a 327 from a wreck, and that was good for the next 12 years.