Heavy lifting help for do-it-yourselfers

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No matter what type of home improvement project you're undertaking, one thing is pretty consistent -- building materials are heavy! From sheets of plywood to wooden beams, lifting and moving these materials can be a real backbreaker, especially when you're working alone. With that in mind, here are three great new tools that can really help you take a load off! PullzAll (Warn Works, $249.95): Many of you have probably used a come-along at some point in time. Basically a steel cable with hooks at each end and a ratcheting handle in the middle, a come-along uses your muscle power to reel in the cable, pulling whatever load it's attached to along with it. But what if you could move even heavier loads, and do it with virtually no effort at all? That's the concept of the new PullzAll from Warn Works, the people that make those top-of-the-line vehicle winches. The PullzAll works similar to the traditional come-along, but with an electric motor in place of the ratchet and handle. ...