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    Posted: 18 Nov. 2013 at 1:02pm
Ever stumble across an item that worked so flawlessly you wanted to tell everyone about it? I don't mean for this to be an advertisement as I have absoulutely no connection to the company, just relating a personal experience that I want to share.
I picked up a 2-ton Wyeth-Scott power puller at a recent estate sale for $15. It was covered in surface rust but looked like a heck of a come-a-long.
I used it for the first time a couple of weeks ago to pull a Jeepster Commando onto a tandem trailer. Super easy to crank and worked better than I expected. It worked so well that I picked up another over this past weekend after spotting it at a flea market. It was $20.
It's the same design they've been making for years so parts are readily available from their website should a spring or something else need replacing. If you see a used one at a good price, grab it. You won't be disappointed.
I plan on putting one in each of my Jeeps.
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We have used these for years,red devils are what we always called them.Growing up working in the oilfields,we would never be without a red devil,heavy chain and a handy man jack,with these we could move,lift roll back onto the wheels ( interesting story) and they were indestructible.
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we need pictures
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote WeeWilly Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 19 Nov. 2013 at 9:37am
You couldn't go wrong on the price you gave for them, good deal.
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2 ton made since 1934:
http://www.wyeth-scott.com/
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Over 200 new, great price you got!
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