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    Yesterday I was at Harbor Freight and saw and very nice stool Motorcycle Seat Roller Stool
    and it was on sale for $80.00 and if you have a 20% off coupon that would make it $64.00. It is very comfortable if you do not need a back rest. I sat on it and really liked it but I think I would prefer a back rest. Thought I would bring it to the attention of anyone wanting a comfortable stool, it looks just like the one Grizzly has.
    Last edited by tvman44; 05-15-2012, 06:11 PM.
    Bob making sawdust in SW Louisiana
    with a EX-21

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    So, which is it? Comfy or uncomfy? I need my back because I would look funny with my head and arms growing out of my waist.
    What we've got here is a failure to communicate.

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    • #3
      My typo, should have said very comfortable if you do not need a back rest which is why I did not buy one. I edited my original post. Sorry
      Bob making sawdust in SW Louisiana
      with a EX-21

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      • #4
        That reminds me of a t-shirt we got for my son-in-law that showed one stick figure missing the main vertical stick. The other was a complete with an extra stick in his hand. Caption- "I've got your back!"

        http://rover.ebay.com/rover/1/711-67...u=550052597073
        Steve in Richmond, VA with a DW-788

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