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Old 21 August 2016, 14:33   #11
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I use a smallish gorilla tub with some 1" holes drilled around the edge. They are about 5 each. I then bungee the whole lot down to the deck.
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Old 21 August 2016, 15:05   #12
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I use an arborist bag for rope and chain, anchor can go inside or tied on top.

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Old 21 August 2016, 15:24   #13
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Well you might of been on the Sherry but you had the best reply ...!

A link to the object so theres no guessing what your on about






























I just thought you were a big boy and could look it up for yourself as I'm on the road. Only tried to help!!


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Old 21 August 2016, 16:23   #14
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I just thought you were a big boy and could look it up for yourself as I'm on the road. Only tried to help!!
& it is a great help
but for those of us clueless newbies, a picture speaks a thousand words !
Especially if they sell numerous brands & types !




& for the sake of the one person posting the link , 20 others who read the thread can clearly see what you mean


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Thanks, I had actually checked it out but wasn't sure it was that one !
Looks good for draining the water out but does it protect the floor ! (I know its sat on the rope which will cushion if it doesn't move
I was thinking of using out our recycle bin but the builders bucket do have the softer base ! (i knew If I didnt find a pic for it I would get some stick ! )

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If I hadn't used the bag I would have gone for the gorilla bucket from B&Q as they are flexible and you can cut them to size.


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Or go for the pimped version like this and then you don't have to worry about your bucket coming loose and landing in your face!
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put some pipe insulation round it to stop it rubbing hoss box corner feeder

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Jeff what are dimensions of the box.


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