And now, the OP returns with the field report.
Home Depot had a changer pack, with two spring rigs for
standard or flood bulbs. One suction cup thing for other
applications. Twenty bucks. Includes the pole, that is
friction fit to extend. Still, not really what I wanted.
Went to Walmart, who didn' thave a change pole, at all.
Tried Lowe's. For the same twenty bucks, they have the large
(flood light) and stanadrd bulb changer. And he suction cup.
Plus a duster for cleaning ceiling fixtures, and three or
four designs of broken bulb changer. Same friction fit pole.
And, so I bought it.
Got to the attic of the church, and learned a couple things.
* I forgot to buy dielectric grease, but the bulbs changed
pretty well with out it.
Cranking the pole clockwise, aparently tightens some kind
of clutch, to make the pole rigid.
* The standard bulb fitting worked slick as can be, removing
over size 150 watt bulbs, and screw in standard size 100
Climbing a ladder with a light pole and bag of bulbs isn't
easy or safe, but it can be done.
* The various fittings go nicely into a handle sack shopping
bag. That, and a bread bag tie holds the parts bag to the
changer pole, so it's all there when I next need it. I
should buy a little tube of spark plug boot release grease,
and put in the bag.
Christopher A. Young
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