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    Bigtoolrack has a new customer Johnny Georges from Shark Tank

    So many uses for the Bigtoolrack!

    A quote from Johnny....

    "Now I can carry all my farming tools right on the back of my truck. Thank you Bigtoolrack!"

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    Very Cool!
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    Way to go!!

    I had to look up "Johnny Georges" to see who he was. I remember the episode of Shark Tank that he was on. Seemed like a great, passionate guy!!

    Keep on selling those Big Tool Racks!!
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    A Raptor, a 50's F-100 AND a BigToolRack.....must be nice
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    That's pretty cool!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by BIGTOOLRACK View Post
    So many uses for the Bigtoolrack!

    A quote from Johnny....

    "Now I can carry all my farming tools right on the back of my truck. Thank you Bigtoolrack!"

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    That's pretty cool but why not just put the tools in the bed of the truck? Thought that's what a pickup was for.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Levi View Post
    That's pretty cool but why not just put the tools in the bed of the truck? Thought that's what a pickup was for.
    Isn't that rack pretty heavy? I assume it's installed into the receiver hitch on the truck, so he had to lift it to install it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Levi View Post
    That's pretty cool but why not just put the tools in the bed of the truck? Thought that's what a pickup was for.
    Quote Originally Posted by sstlaure View Post
    Isn't that rack pretty heavy? I assume it's installed into the receiver hitch on the truck, so he had to lift it to install it.
    Not sure how he got it up there but it sure would be nice to wheel around once at the job site.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gizmo2 View Post
    Not sure how he got it up there but it sure would be nice to wheel around once at the job site.
    I can definitely see the use, but makes more sense (especially when loaded) when you can lift it with a 3pt off the ground.
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