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Old 10-21-2015, 04:50 PM   #5391
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Rbertalotto...nice work on the back up camera install...thanks for posting all the pics. I also like the work you did with the valves. I may have to add both of those to my ever increasing To-Do List.

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Old 10-21-2015, 04:51 PM   #5392
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With orders from "Headquarters" I had to find somewhere to store my new outside coffee pot, so I came up with this.
I think I seen it all now, when a person can't get up to get a cup of coffee inside the trailer.... Either that or Frankie just don't want you to come inside... I heard your western counter part put a two burner Bunn on his, but I missed or haven't seen the picture yet, so it could be just talk. You two are like the Jone's.....East and West....
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Old 10-21-2015, 04:54 PM   #5393
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Nope, I'm still far from what I want...
Shed about 75# if you replace the 2 x 12 shelves in the basement with wire racks?
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Old 10-21-2015, 04:56 PM   #5394
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I think I seen it all now, when a person can't get up to get a cup of coffee inside the trailer.... Either that or Frankie just don't want you to come inside... I heard your western counter part put a two burner Bunn on his, but I missed or haven't seen the picture yet, so it could be just talk. You two are like the Jone's.....East and West....
I already had an outside coffee maker that hung on the rail, but it didn't have a timer on it. I want coffee ready when I get up and don't want to wait 10-15 minutes.
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Old 10-21-2015, 04:59 PM   #5395
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Shed about 75# if you replace the 2 x 12 shelves in the basement with wire racks?

Careful what you say- I'm likely coming through from FL-ish to MD/PA come spring. I may swing by and hit you up!
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Old 10-21-2015, 05:00 PM   #5396
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I'm interested on how they work out for you.

Are you installing yourself?

It depends on what the install is. If it can be done with simple hand tools- yes. If it requires any metal cutting, then it's above my pay grade.

I need to take some pictures and measurements and contact their support folks to find out what to order.
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Old 10-21-2015, 05:02 PM   #5397
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Finally getting around to putting a tether cable on my basement roll out drawer. It's a little more difficult with the drawer being able to go out both sides of the 5er. Has to be anchored in the center of the basement and the drawer and also be able to swivel 180 in the floor and the bottom of the drawer and there is only 3/4" clearance between the floor and the bottom of the drawer.
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Careful what you say- I'm likely coming through from FL-ish to MD/PA come spring. I may swing by and hit you up!
Just don't hit me, I'm old and feeble and don't heal fast anymore.

Tried to get you to make a roll out tray/drawer when you made the shelves.
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Old 10-21-2015, 05:09 PM   #5399
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Finally getting around to putting a tether cable on my basement roll out drawer. It's a little more difficult with the drawer being able to go out both sides of the 5er. Has to be anchored in the center of the basement and the drawer and also be able to swivel 180 in the floor and the bottom of the drawer and there is only 3/4" clearance between the floor and the bottom of the drawer.
I somehow think you will figure it out very quickly.. I think your idea of hard and difficult is much different than the rest of ours!!
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Just don't hit me, I'm old and feeble and don't heal fast anymore.



Tried to get you to make a roll out tray/drawer when you made the shelves.

I'm too much of a wuss to hit anyone for real!

And, it wasn't the right time back then. I *had* a literal ton of excess carrying capacity back then.
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