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Most of us have to use a ladder or step to help wash the truck.....

Just a heads up if anyone's looking - Canadian Tire has their portable work platforms on sale this week.

Regular price is $75, got them slashed to $35, so I decided to buy two !!

Neat little unit, measures 21 inches high and the platform is one foot wide by a three foot length.

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First impressions are, solid construction, lightweight, with a decent amount of room to work with.






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Gonna pick up one of those

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Good catch Mike !! I'm going to grab two of them

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Good catch Mike !! I'm going to grab two of them

Good to see your looking at those thier a great help , now of you put one on Top of another you should be able to open the door. ... Lol

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That plat form looks sweet to bad I'm short on cash this week as that would be awesome to have and not just for washing or working on the truck.

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Good find Mike. I'm going to pickup a couple

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Hey that is a nice price for a solid bench platform. Great catch and it looks like it'd be better for getting in close than the double sided bench style 3 foot later I use for drywall work and other purposes. (something like this one)
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Good to see your looking at those thier a great help , now of you put one on Top of another you should be able to open the door. ... Lol
LMAO !!

So true, maybe I will grow up some day, but for now I still get my clothes tax free HAHAHA !!

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Cool. Was eyeing the one at Home Depot that sells for $40. This one is cheaper and has what I thought was 25lbs more fat a$$ weight capacity. Turns out it's only 225lbs, same as the one at HD. CT's website specs it at 250lbs which is incorrect. Anyway, seems to be sturdy and easily supports my 215lbs. Thanks for the heads up.

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Bought one too. Didn't even think about the load limit....good thing I only weigh 224!


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