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What's the overall opinion of Ron's drawdown stand as well as the cantle binding attachment?

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Thanks for the reply. Ive been wanting to pull the trigger on one but its a lot of money esp. not knowing if they r worth it.

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Depends on how much you think you'll use it. A guy can sure make one himself, but that takes time. I think the draw down feature on Ron's is really handy. You can raise and lower it, or spin it and it doesn't change the strap tension. I was a the first Wickenburg show and a stand was not even on my radar screen. I got hung up BSing and my wife went on ahead. She came and grabbed me to go look at Ron's stands.She talked me into it. Never a regret.

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I have one. I love it. I don't have the attachment though. Haven't needed it.

I'm 6'1" and bending over a Stohlman style stand like my brother uses he's 5' 6" kills my back.

I put my Ron's draw down on rollers so I could move it around the shop easier. It ain't light.

It cost a whole lot more than my brothers, but it goes up and down, and spins around as I need it to.

His just sits there. You got to walk around it and away from your tools and bench.

Of course the walking can be good exercise I'm told. :)

Joel

Edited by GrampaJoel

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I've had mine for several years, it was money very well spent. Like Bruce said, the cantle binding attachment is a back saver. I also have the laser, it's handy enough, but I'm not sure I would replace it if it went out.

Steve

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Received my new drawdown from Ron's Tools this last week. I put it to work and love it. Thanks for the input everybody!

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