Pics & Videos
Ralph Bagnall of Consultingwoodworker.com reviewed a plywood pouch and created this video.
More videos coming soon!
Above is a trim pouch with the trim shown partially inserted. The pouch is 17′ long and is shown in a pickup truck for demonstration purposes only.
Above is the new style plywood pouch opening. The two Velcro ends are not opposite each other and will not grab if the pouch closes as you load it.
After sliding the sheet(s) in, simply fold the bottom lip over the top edge to seal the Velcro.
Makes for much easier one person loading!
Also available is the deluxe plywood pouch. This has two adjacent opening sides. Enables heavier sheets such as drywall to be loaded. (See photo above.) Above is a drywall cover on a 34-sheet lift – 8′ . It is sitting on another lift for photo purposes only. The cover completely protects the full lift.
All Kerry-All Pouches have tie-down tabs (similar to belt loops on a pair of pants!) to enable users to tie the load to the flatbed truck, pickup box, roof rack on a car or truck.