How to Use a Come along?

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A come-along is a ratchet lever winch device that winds a rope or cable around s pool. It has a break to keep it from unwinding. To use it find a strong anchor, often this is a tree or heavy vehicle. Wrap and secure the rope or cable around the object to be moved. Move the lever to start pulling the object about 1 to 3 inches per motion of the lever. Repeat as much as is needed. There is a button or switch with a cog to release the tension. You can find more information here: www.wisegeek.com
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