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    Re: Matt's Towing & Recovery

    https://youtu.be/tRPHXMLLu_w
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    Re: Mod For The Day

    Since the little blue shop truck is going to get to actually see some trail time soon, I figured it should get a little maintenance. First up, steering revamp to clean up.the problematic hydraulic...
  3. Re: Something a little different: Patio Table Build

    Thanks Jim. I am more of a solve the problem kinda guy, not a hide/cover up one. One can hide anything, but they will always know it's there, so is it really hidden?
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    Thanks for the suggestions. Less overhang would mean that that a plate wouldn't be square anymore unless it was well undersized, and then look worse imo. And creating more gap away from the...
  5. Re: Something a little different: Patio Table Build

    With the table built and installed, I was able to finish up the fence around the patio. Still not sure if I am happy with this transition. But was the best solution I could come up with. Not worried...
  6. Re: Moblie prep station/storage cart for bbq and smoker

    Ok, thanks but that doesn't help in thus situation. Thanks though
  7. Re: Moblie prep station/storage cart for bbq and smoker

    Most carts from the home improvement stores are crap. Have you used the newer HF carts yourself? Been told complete opposite things from people I trust and usually understand what "quality" is.
  8. Moblie prep station/storage cart for bbq and smoker

    Anyone have any real world experience with the newer HF tool carts?

    Like this:
    https://www.harborfreight.com/30-in-5-Drawer-White-Mechanics-Cart-56429.html

    I have a couple of the older.style...
  9. Re: Something a little different: Patio Table Build

    Nailed it
  10. Re: Something a little different: Patio Table Build

    Looks good!
  11. Re: Something a little different: Patio Table Build

    Nope, those peaks are obviously well under the snowline :D
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    Biggest unknown for me is hail and also how well the sealer works with the freeze and thaw cycles. I am not a stone guy...
  13. Re: Something a little different: Patio Table Build

    Just the snowy peaks painted white.

    http://www.frontrange4x4.com/forums/attachment.php?attachmentid=49883&d=1584923195
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    Base is under 70 pounds. Top is about 300
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    Thanks. They are metal 3/163 flat stock bent on my shop built finger brake

    http://www.frontrange4x4.com/forums/attachment.php?attachmentid=49876&d=1584901182
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  16. Re: Something a little different: Patio Table Build

    Thanks, but have a little faith in yourself.
  17. Re: Something a little different: Patio Table Build

    Then primed and painted the frame assembly with the stone was sealed:

    http://www.frontrange4x4.com/forums/attachment.php?attachmentid=49993&d=1586458349

    When it was dry, the threaded feet were...
  18. Re: Something a little different: Patio Table Build

    All the individual pieces before final assembly:

    http://www.frontrange4x4.com/forums/attachment.php?attachmentid=49989&d=1586458225

    Attaching the top of the frame to the legs:
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  19. Re: Something a little different: Patio Table Build

    We put the cut stone aside to get sealed, and start on the frame for the table. After a quick design session, a chop list was created and all the pieces we cut and cleaned up:
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  20. Something a little different: Patio Table Build

    Just completed a fun, different project and thought we'd share. Different kind of project for us as we used a material that we normally do not process, granite slab. Was fun to get to play around a...
  21. Re: FOR SALE:Dirt Cheap 1997 Hammered Trail Jeep TJ $5K

    Sold thanks
  22. FOR SALE:Dirt Cheap 1997 Hammered Trail Jeep TJ $5K

    FOR SALE: 1997 Hammered Trail Jeep TJ...
  23. Thread: The Campfire.

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    Re: The Campfire.

    Rotaries are awesome, and expensive. I should never need the output they supply, so it'd be a waste of money for me right now.
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    Re: Plagued with Drive Shaft Issues

    As I tried to explain over text messages, I would not weld (tack or otherwise). I would cut the output shaft down with a cut off wheel about an 1/4" if there is room to do so. This would eliminate...
  25. Thread: The Campfire.

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    Re: The Campfire.

    Looking at purchasing a new air compressor for the shop. Something with a little more cfm than my current setup. My current setup isn't bad at all, 5hp 80 gal that does about 15 scfm @ 90 psi. But it...
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