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IV Stands 23 Dec 2009 15:46 #340427

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Hospital IV stands are VERY useful in the garage.

I use mine to hold auxillary gas tanks, vacuum gauges, even my test meter (which now has a zip-tie loop on it...).

The curly hooks on the top, the adjustible height, the heavy base of free moving wheels, just make it a constantly used item in my garage. You can find them on ebay or craigslist for $10-$25
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IV Stands 24 Dec 2009 04:06 #340492

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Good timing! I was sitting in my garage this AM, thinking that an IV stand would be very useful for just such things...I work in a medical school...I think I'll snag one (legally, of course!) :laugh:
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IV Stands 24 Dec 2009 05:34 #340505

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greggy uses them to pour drinks from.....
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IV Stands 24 Dec 2009 05:41 #340508

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Sometimes when working in the garage I need an IV bag for a quick drip. The stand would be an awesome addition. :laugh: :laugh: :laugh:
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IV Stands 24 Dec 2009 07:00 #340518

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If you get to choose the IV stand, select one with 5 wheels rather than 4 - they are a little more stable.

For the top, 2 curly hooks or 4 - more is better. I leave my auxillary fuel tank and mercury stix permanently on one IV stand, and then I have more hooks for an test meter or anything else to hand up.

They also double as a coat hanger for my leather jacket...
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IV Stands 31 Dec 2009 18:52 #341441

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trianglelaguna wrote:

greggy uses them to pour drinks from.....


Greggy doesn't exist any more, by his own choice!:ohmy:

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