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spreader bar

A BDSM bondage device consisting of a metal or wooden bar with leg shackles at each end, used to spread the legs and maintain them in the open position.
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THE SPREADER BARS NEED TO GO BACK TO THE MANUFACTURES FOR A SEFETY MODIFICATION
You'll need three pieces of wood, each 22 inches long, for the spreader bars. Drill four half-inch holes through each piece of wood, spaced 6 inches apart on each board, with 2 inches left at either end of each stick.
The combined weight exceeds the maximum capacity of the spreader bar used on the load.
A spreader bar was used to hold the seal in position as it was extended into place around the circumference of the joint.
Accessories are available including: additional magnets, Storm Grate Lifting Adapter, Spreader Bar, Chain with Hook, Extension Bar and Extension Handle and large puncture proof wheels.
The simulator measures an operator's overall time from girder pick to correct placement, factoring precise crane, spreader bar and lift hook maneuvers.
The 55SA- HX is also spreader bar and/or 4th axle capable to provide flexibility for meeting bridge laws.
The all-steel gambrels feature a 22-inch spreader bar to keep an animal's rear legs well apart for better airflow and improved access to interior portions of the carcass.
The first thing you notice about Carter's Quabbin flatfish is that they do not have the spreader bar with two sets of treble hooks at the front of the lure.
* If the hinge on the spreader bar sticks or shows signs of corrosion, give it a shot of WD-40 or a similar lubricant.
Unlike traditional gambrels, which require making an incision in the animal's legs and then inserting hook ends, the Universal Gambrel uses gravity to seize the animal's legs in the loops located on both ends of the galvanized steel spreader bar. To weigh an animal, just insert the front legs into one loop, the rear legs into the other loop, and then attach your scale to the hanger eye and hoist the animal.
These breakthroughs are often commercialized to benefit private sector transport as well, as was the case with the Direct Acquisition Rail-to-Ship spreader bar system, or DARTS, designed to transfer military cargo directly from railcars to vessels, and now used in commercial shipping.