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Old 01-20-2015, 01:39 AM   #1
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I need help identifying the proper name of a tool. We would use them all the time when we needed to move large cabinets and or switch gear into place. We called them a "mule" but I don't think that was the proper name. They were a long lever type tool, usually made of wood. At the end, you could slip it under the cabinet and it would assist in minor movement. The wheels were heavy duty and very close to the end.

I am looking to buy one, but I need the correct name of it.

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