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Old 05-29-2014, 07:16 AM   #741
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Old 05-29-2014, 08:52 AM   #742
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Roll out trays turned out nice



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Old 05-29-2014, 09:19 AM   #743
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Roll out trays turned out nice
Yea, you can't beat it with a stick so easy now to get the things out of the back, instead of unloading everytime. Lost a little space do to it had to clear the hatch door. Maybe 6" total. OC does good damn work if he would quit taking coffee breaks. Couldn't have done it without him....
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Old 05-29-2014, 09:48 AM   #744
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Yea, you can't beat it with a stick so easy now to get the things out of the back, instead of unloading everytime. Lost a little space do to it had to clear the hatch door. Maybe 6" total. OC does good damn work if he would quit taking coffee breaks. Couldn't have done it without him....
Glenn was a half way decent apprentice/helper this time , he even learned how to run a 1/4" drive air ratchet and bitched about it being loud inside the basement.
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Glenn was a half way decent apprentice/helper this time , he even learned how to run a 1/4" drive air ratchet and bitched about it being loud inside the basement.
Well, sometimes you just can't please everyone
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Old 05-29-2014, 10:18 AM   #746
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Yea, you can't beat it with a stick so easy now to get the things out of the back, instead of unloading everytime. Lost a little space do to it had to clear the hatch door. Maybe 6" total. OC does good damn work if he would quit taking coffee breaks. Couldn't have done it without him....
It really looks nice. Very nice workmanship, you'd think maybe an engineer might have made that.
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Old 05-29-2014, 10:43 AM   #747
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Yea, you can't beat it with a stick so easy now to get the things out of the back, instead of unloading everytime. Lost a little space do to it had to clear the hatch door. Maybe 6" total. OC does good damn work if he would quit taking coffee breaks. Couldn't have done it without him....
Maybe you can get him to slow down on coffee breaks by placing the pot on the tailgate of a stinky diesel idling in his driveway! LOL



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Old 05-29-2014, 11:12 AM   #748
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I may have to steal this idea for my TT from storage compartment. Cant weld so might need to play carpenter and make it out of wood and some angle iron.

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Old 05-29-2014, 01:04 PM   #749
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No joke did you see the photos of his shop!?!
This is few pics of the OC'S shop took these the first time he helped me out. He has quite an assortment of everything. I guess I'm lucky, I live 174 miles only from him, and he is a person that will help anyone and everyone. Even after all he does, then you get feed great cooking by Frankie.
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Old 05-29-2014, 01:22 PM   #750
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Glenn!!!! You should not be publicizing pics of OC's shop. Some of his trade secrets may get out.
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Old 05-29-2014, 02:49 PM   #751
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Glenn!!!! You should not be publicizing pics of OC's shop. Some of his trade secrets may get out.
No secret's in that mess, just confusion.
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You got that right jack!

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You got that right jack!TURBS
Much less confusion now that FT Turbs left. Actually, it is very quiet normally without his sorry --- around leaving piles of ? all around and making a total nuisance of himself.
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Doesn't the bleach mixture damage the awning??? Won't that start to deteriorate the vinyl?? If not I'm going to try it out. I have some stubborn spots that I can't seem to clean off.
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Now, be nice to your adopted step son Coot. Remember he's living under a bridge in a cardboard box, he could use some kind words and maybe a donation.
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Doesn't the bleach mixture damage the awning??? Won't that start to deteriorate the vinyl?? If not I'm going to try it out. I have some stubborn spots that I can't seem to clean off.
Check your owners manual. I believe a bleach solution is recommended.
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Now, be nice to your adopted step son Coot. Remember he's living under a bridge in a cardboard box, he could use some kind words and maybe a donation.
Not my adopted son, I do still have some of my senses left. His own mother had to tie a steak bone around his neck to get the neighbors dog to play with him.

Now, our adopted daughter is something else. She is definitely a keeper and TOWTA did adopt her hubby.
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Check the thread on this forum. Search cleaning your awning
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Not my adopted son, I do still have some of my senses left. His own mother had to tie a steak bone around his neck to get the neighbors dog to play with him.

Now, our adopted daughter is something else. She is definitely a keeper and TOWTA did adopt her hubby.
Maybe TOWTA could give him some counseling.
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Maybe TOWTA could give him some counseling.
Evidently you've never met FT Turbs, he is hopeless.
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