Thread: Cribbing

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    Last June at the New York State Fire Chiefs Convention I saw a Auto Extrication Demo put on by Hamaltro (excuse the spelling) During the Demo they used a higed step block that had a the rescuer's drove a wedge into to make the height from the grounf to the undercarriage of the car. Could you please tell me where to find plans for these or someone please just send me a couple of pictures and some measurements.

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    Dear sparky,if you can get ahold of the New York City Fire Dept training bulletin on extrication,we have several photos and diagrams on that particular evolution and also other related practical applications where the use of cribbing can be used.you can contact the fire academy direct and they can help you out.if you cant get what tou need there talk to any other fdny FF and they may have the manual for you good luck mike m

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    Try Checking out the Smart Chock from Recue Logic, not sure that is what you saw but it is a neet tool and may be what you are Looking for, I will see if I can find a link for you
    Rescue is the Art & Science of matching your tools, talents and tricks to needs of our customers!
    Carl D. Avery

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    Here is the Link: www.rescuelogic.com
    Check out their Smart Chock, and no I do not work for him or sell his product, and no he it is not another name for my Friend Z-mag, just something I saw and said hmmmmm that Looks like a good idea, check it out let me know whay YOU THINK?
    Rescue is the Art & Science of matching your tools, talents and tricks to needs of our customers!
    Carl D. Avery

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