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Old 04-21-2014, 09:19 PM   #11
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Alan needs the job he is overthinking again.
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Old 04-21-2014, 09:19 PM   #12
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Coming in Late...Yeah OC's math is accurate but question is why are you doing this? Just curious
If you are parking on soft ground or hot asphalt, the bigger blocks won't sink in as much. Same reason I added the alum covered pads to all my jacks.
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Ok, I'll fess up. I was just really curious whether or not adding surface area to the pedestal was worth it. If I'm on a soft surface, the answer is definitely yes. Thanks.
No, Jersey Boy, I don't need a part time job. I've got a shed to go through. remember?
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Old 04-21-2014, 09:28 PM   #14
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To whom are you addressing?
Probably Us Bud!

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If you are parking on soft ground or hot asphalt, the bigger blocks won't sink in as much. Same reason I added the alum covered pads to all my jacks.
Which, BTW, is a ROCKIN cool mod!! Next on my list!
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Yea and if a hen and half lay an egg and half in a day and half...how long would it take a roster to lay a door knob? (old mountain riddle, there is an answer that makes total sense)
Part of answer "Depends on how...."
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Yea and if a hen and half lay an egg and half in a day and half...how long would it take a roster to lay a door knob? (old mountain riddle, there is an answer that makes total sense)
Part of answer "Depends on how...."
The way I heard the answer was. "Give up? So did the rooster."
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