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demolition bar

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09-01-2012 14:07:49

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I"m looking for one of these bars, if the picture doesn"t make it it is like a wrecking bar with a u shaped end where it saddles over the joist for removing flooring boards. Removing haymow to make a shop out of a barn.Only place I"ve found them is overseas in the UK.
Thanks, Bob

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09-02-2012 10:21:45

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 Re: demolition bar in reply to rls_ia, 09-01-2012 14:07:49  
I see it as four pieces. The handle, a short piece of pipe for the fulcrum, and the two forks. Forget the little fancy double back part.

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09-01-2012 15:39:37

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 Re: demolition bar in reply to rls_ia, 09-01-2012 14:07:49  
I made one 30 some years ago. Used 1" pipe for the handle - 1" wide by 1/2" thick stock for the fork. I also used the flat stock for the fulcrum, but I like the other poster's idea of round stock or pipe for the fulcrum.

They work good for what you're wanting to do.

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09-01-2012 15:22:05

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 Re: demolition bar in reply to rls_ia, 09-01-2012 14:07:49  
We made our own about 50 years ago. It's probably still on the farm that my brother owns now.

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09-01-2012 14:44:14

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 Re: demolition bar in reply to rls_ia, 09-01-2012 14:07:49  
I've got a homemade one that works great. Very easy to make. Just take a bar, pipe, or tubing and weld a fork out of heavy rods on to it and weld a short pipe on bottom for leverage. Very similar to your pic.

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09-01-2012 14:48:52

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 Re: demolition bar in reply to tractor300, 09-01-2012 14:44:14  
Yeah, after seeing the prices, I'll make my own, I have extra pry bars I can use to make one.

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Lamar Fudd

09-01-2012 14:20:01

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 Re: demolition bar in reply to rls_ia, 09-01-2012 14:07:49  
Looks real similar to a Mayhew 41104 CatsPaw Deck Wrecker, kinda spendy, though. A Duckbill deck wrecker costs less and I believe it will do what you want.

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09-01-2012 14:23:38

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 Re: demolition bar in reply to Lamar Fudd, 09-01-2012 14:20:01  
I'll check it out, don't have to be this one, just something like it to do the same thing.

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