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Decided to build a thing, to build another thing

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Fri Apr 03, 2020 4:31 pm
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Finished proDuct (Well, I guess it’s not really finished till it’s installed and all the ducts are connected to it)

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Mad skills. Nice.



I got my 99% isopropyl and made my own extra disinfectant (just water, IPA and H2O2) and made a bottle of hand sanitizer with IPA, glycerin, aloe vera, a little water, couple drops of H2O2, lanolin and lime oil. I don't care if I smell like a pirate.

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Fri Apr 03, 2020 5:15 pm
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I’m using straight IPA to disinfect

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Finished proDuct (Well, I guess it’s not really finished till it’s installed and all the ducts are connected to it)

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:thumbsup2: need some hand tools or bar folds....hanger straps?

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New cap on my chimney, new mortar on all the loose bricks

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Wow. That is something. Never hauled concrete to the roof. Impressed,

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Very Nice!

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Wow. That is something. Never hauled concrete to the roof. Impressed,


I mixed up the brick mortar in a 5 gallon bucket on the roof with a drywall mud mixer on a drill. The concrete was done with a HFreight mixer on the ground and hauled up a ladder , one 5 gallon bucket at a time. It sucked.


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Wow. That is something. Never hauled concrete to the roof. Impressed,


I mixed up the brick mortar in a 5 gallon bucket on the roof with a drywall mud mixer on a drill. The concrete was done with a HFreight mixer on the ground and hauled up a ladder , one 5 gallon bucket at a time. It sucked.


You are a GD stud. :bow: icon_eek :bigsmile: :bow:

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Thu Apr 16, 2020 1:39 pm
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Don't need the stinking hood prop rod any more on the Tacoma. Added hood struts for the win. Very nice indeed.

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Pablo wrote:
NWRed wrote:
Pablo wrote:
Wow. That is something. Never hauled concrete to the roof. Impressed,


I mixed up the brick mortar in a 5 gallon bucket on the roof with a drywall mud mixer on a drill. The concrete was done with a HFreight mixer on the ground and hauled up a ladder , one 5 gallon bucket at a time. It sucked.


You are a GD stud. :bow: icon_eek :bigsmile: :bow:


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3rd coffee table Ive done. this was a no frills squared edges since the wife just wanted it for the patio

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If you have rebar in that thing, i bet the load capacity is 5000 lbs! :thumbsup2: Nice work, but you may regret the corners and edges after a few Beer's. :bigsmile:

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