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Are you having a hard time finding the right tools inside your garage? Maybe it's because you haven't thought of organizing them well because of some things that are just too damn big to move. Organizing your garage should be on top of your to do list; don't push it to the next weekend. This is because a messed-up storage area can cause you severe headache when you are trying to find the right tools you need when you have to do a quick fix for your car. For now ask your family members and neighbors to help you clean the clutter. And after doing this, you can buy a Harken Hoister system to help you keep those big items organized and in their proper places. .As you enter the gate of the chaotic world of your garage, you might be afraid that things would just topple down on your head. But with help coming from your family members and your friends, that fear is lessened. The first thing you guys should do is to remove the closest things from the gate; mainly those big piles of equipment-for instance your truck's canopy. After getting rid of the big ones, clear out the garbage, again, those nearest to the gate. Slowly but surely everyone will be able to get rid of all the clutter in your garage. Then clean off all the dust, dirt, and remaining items such as screws and bolts. After this is done, pick up the things that you want to keep and organize them accordingly using a Harken Hoister system.You see, fear might be the thing that's keeping you from tidying up your garage. But after the clean-up, putting things to their proper places, and using the Harken Hoister to lift those large components like SUV carriers, your fear will subside. Harken Hoister is also designed to turn a wooden platform into an extra storage space. Just avail of the four point storage hoister to evenly lift plywood using a single control rope that manipulates the system's attachment points. And with their safe, self-locking pulleys, you can lift up to 200lbs of weight without the worry of breaking any of those items when you accidentally release your grip on the system.