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Handicap ramp


Dkbikes
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Last summer, my wife had to have a leg amputated. as she would likely be in a wheel chair most of the time, a handicap ramp was needed. I was lucky to have the help of a couple of sons-in-law and of course Ryobi Tools. I found the Ryobi screw gun to be invaluable, powerful and long lasting, as I screwed the whole deck / ramp together. About halfway through the project, I discovered a sewer leak right under the main ramp. Lucky the Ryobi screw gun was able to remove the 4" screws holding the ramp section easily and my son-in-laws Ryobi battery saws-all made quick work of the four-by that was in the way. Sewer fixed and back together in no time! Thanks Ryobi!

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Handicap ramp

by Dkbikes
Mar 30, 2012

Last summer, my wife had to have a leg amputated. as she would likely be in a wheel chair most of the time, a handicap ramp was needed. I was lucky to have the help of a couple of sons-in-law and of course Ryobi Tools. I found the Ryobi screw gun to be invaluable, powerful and long lasting, as I screwed the whole deck / ramp together. About halfway through the project, I discovered a sewer leak right under the main ramp. Lucky the Ryobi screw gun was able to remove the 4" screws holding the ramp section easily and my son-in-laws Ryobi battery saws-all made quick work of the four-by that was in the way. Sewer fixed and back together in no time! Thanks Ryobi!