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Inversion Table (Back / Joint pain / ache reliever)

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Back inversion table that allows you to comfortably "hang" upside down on a flat table. Thought is to take pressure of spinal column & joints. Very easy to use. Bought at Sam's Club for around a $100 last fall. Used maybe 10 times. Like new condition.

goose55316 at msn dot com (Bloomington)

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Is there a weight limit on it?

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I'll look into it for sure, but 3 bills come to mind.

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Farley,

Right off the machine and in the manual - 300 Lb weight limit.

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put me on the list if its still available.thanks

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rookie,

you're # 2 on the list. If #1 falls through, I'll get back to you. Keep checkin back of shoot me an email. Thanks.

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yea i will take it if the other 2 fall through. darbc23@yahoo.com

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still available.

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I will take it for sure if you can hold it until monday.

Thanks

Trav

trav12974@aol.com

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