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Easily remove snow from your roof. After receiving over 50 inches of snow this winter and you are like me you went to the local hardware sto...
Cut two 12” pipes using the Schedule 40, 1 in. x 10 ft. PVC. At the left side I marked each pipe with a 12.
Cut two 25” pipes using the Schedule 40, 1/2 in. x 10 ft. PVC. I marked each pipe with a 12, 13 and 25 inch marking.
Take a rubber mallet and bang in both 12” pipes into each end of the tee. On the back side of the tee place a screw to hold each 12” PVC pipe in plac...
Measure in 2 1/2” from each end on the main header.
Drill a 7/8” hole through the top to the bottom with a hole saw. Set the header on two spare 2x4’s to allow easier drilling. Note: Do not use a hole...
Slide the 25” x ½” PVC pipes through the header to the 12” mark. Screw in a hex head screw at the 12” mark. This allows the post to stop at 12”.
Duct tape the ends of the ½ inch PVC pipes to keep snow out of the ends.
Take the sheet metal and cut out a notch according to the photo and screw into the 1” header and ½” support pipes using 10 screws. Measure from the ri...
Take a hack saw to the other end of the ½” pipe and notch out a “V” grove to each post. Insert the chain across each V Grove and screw into each side ...
Add a Schedule 40, 1 in. x 10 ft. PVC pole into the tee and screw the pole into the handle. Duct tape the chain ends. Copyright 2011
Hi All, I had a few comments about the pole so here I am trying to address them. Some thought the pole might be to flexible. As you know our hardw...
Remove the 10 foot PVC Pole and place the Snow Ripper head on the table with the top of the tee facing up. Mark the center of the tee and drill a 7/8...
Take your paint roller and cut off the metal portion using a hack saw that holds the roller on as seen in the photo.
Slide the extension pole through the hole of the Snow Ripper head and screw on the roller handle to lock the head in place as seen below. You can use...
You are now ready to use your Snow Ripper II with a sturdier pole. 8' to 16' in length.
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