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  1. Nice work!

    Nice work!
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    I donít understand how FabFours is in business.

    I donít understand how FabFours is in business.
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    I’ll be curious to hear your thoughts....I have...

    I’ll be curious to hear your thoughts....I have some ideas but I also may be overthinking it. Of course when safety is involved, that’s not a bad thing. But if there’s a simpler solution than what I...
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    Ok, will do. It may take a few days to find an...

    Ok, will do. It may take a few days to find an opportunity...
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    Thank you! Iím very happy how itís coming...

    Thank you! Iím very happy how itís coming together. The only thing left that I may look into is re-engineering the section of ceiling above the lift so that I can use the entirety of its height...
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    Well it works. Iím not going to run it overnight...

    Well it works. Iím not going to run it overnight so I canít talk about itís performance until tomorrow. Glad to be done that part of the project.

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    Variations of this heater installation are all...

    Variations of this heater installation are all over YouTube. I really wasnít interested in a natural gas or propane heater. 5000 or 7500w versions are $150-200 or so. I ordered the 5000w. Iíll...
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    The kid and I are working on the heater. Gotta...

    The kid and I are working on the heater. Gotta take a break but hopefully will be wrapped up tonight.



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    Very nice! Your color and Gobi are my favorites...

    Very nice! Your color and Gobi are my favorites on the Gladiator. Looking forward to seeing what you do with it.
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    Ok yeah, Iíve seen those baffles at the soffit in...

    Ok yeah, Iíve seen those baffles at the soffit in the main attic space above the second story. There was no existing access to the space above the garage, I had to cut a hole in the ceiling. I do...
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    They are not uncommon at all in the town I live...

    They are not uncommon at all in the town I live in, but when I was shopping during the divorce this home was actually marketed (not necessarily as a positive) as there was no HOA. About 9-10 months...
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    I’m all ears. I did cut a small hole just to get...

    I’m all ears. I did cut a small hole just to get a look at the space and the structure above. Do I need batting with a barrier? I figured I could also look into blown in insulation as well.
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    Thanks! The ceiling is 11.5’ high. I’m...

    Thanks! The ceiling is 11.5’ high. I’m considering re-engineering the ceiling to use the full travel of the lift. I poured 12” footers, 3’x3’ cut in the existing slab, 4’x4’ under underneath. It’s...
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    The HOA where I live is getting on my case about...

    The HOA where I live is getting on my case about this trailer in my driveway. I’ve been using it to store stuff while the floor was being epoxied. So I had to bring all my stuff back in sooner than I...
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    Thanks! That style ďProSeriesĒ is going on...

    Thanks!

    That style ďProSeriesĒ is going on clearance I think. It seems inventory is low, you may be able to score a floor model if you have a Sears dept. store anywhere near you. Theyíre not as...
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    I did manage to venture out and acquire one of...

    I did manage to venture out and acquire one of the Craftsman tool box sets that was one sale. Store pick up via Sears.com...I wonít get into the entire ordeal but let me just say Sears.com sux and...
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    Thanks! but itís not mine. I built it for a...

    Thanks! but itís not mine. I built it for a friend.
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    Here’s an example...(center channel stand in the...

    Here’s an example...(center channel stand in the second pic in case it wasn’t obvious)

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    The applications are virtually limitless. Itís a...

    The applications are virtually limitless. Itís a bit pricey for certain things so itís not always the best option. Iíve dabbled in home theater work and have made custom speaker stands where theyíve...
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    Picked up some plywood products I dropped off to...

    Picked up some plywood products I dropped off to the Line-X shop (I have a friend who owns a local franchise). My son and I built this collapsing work bench. And I also had the top to this table...
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    Got my steps back in last night, a friend gave me...

    Got my steps back in last night, a friend gave me some scraps of Trex so I reused the stringers but replaced the treads. Now the waiting game for the weekend to bring all my stuff back in.

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    While I donít do textile repair I am a mobile...

    While I donít do textile repair I am a mobile vendor (paintless dent repair) I run into guys that do those types of repair. Thatís a very easy repair for someone who knows what theyíre doing. Thereís...
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    The one time I wish there was a “like button”...

    The one time I wish there was a “like button” here! It takes another level of integrity to share your honest opinion even when it could put relationships (business or personal, or both) at risk. That...
  24. My 2013 had the same issue. Ultimately I had to...

    My 2013 had the same issue. Ultimately I had to have the heater core replaced. I back flushed it several times, would get satisfactory heat for an hour or two only to get clogged again and the same...
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    No they rinsed it thoroughly and gave it a good...

    No they rinsed it thoroughly and gave it a good scrape, acid etched it twice and rinsed it again.
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