Rig­ger’s Note­book Pool Noo­dles Rule!

Two new ap­pli­ca­tions for what has to be the most ver­sa­tile DIY item since the film can­nis­ter (re­mem­ber film can­nis­ters?).

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With so many tasks to per­form dur­ing the ear­ly­morn­ing rit­ual of get­ting ready to go fish­ing, it’s easy to for­get that the per­fectly placed trailer hitch sits just about knee level. I dealt with this po­ten­tially painful sit­u­a­tion by slid­ing a split pool noo­dle over the hitch and zip-ty­ing it around the draw­bar, leav­ing the part around the ball free to open for hitch­ing up. James Vic­tory, Ocean Springs, Mary­land

As a for­mer me­chanic, I know your arms can get pretty cut up due to sharp edges on fend­ers, so when I had to work on my trailer brakes, I took a pre­cau­tion. I split a swim noo­dle length­wise and fit it around the edge of the fender. One less thing to worry about as I worked on the trailer. An­thony Perkins, Hamp­ton Roads, Vir­ginia

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