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I use a ball head screwed to the pico dolly, then mount the camera on it. It allows me to lever or tilt the camera as I need. This is a small but easy head to operate: http://www.manfrottotripodparts.com/cgi-bin/commerce.cgi?preadd=action&key=1436
I had a Porter-Cable that I was able to repair using three small pieces of lexan and a bandsaw. I took off one of the latches that were good and traced the pattern on the lexan and sawed out the handles. Cleaned them up with sandpaper andthen stacked them and drilled out the holes. Then I drilled two more holes for clearance for two 6-32 machine screws and nuts. Put the whole thing together and installed it - still working after four years.