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  1. Thread: The Campfire.

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    Re: The Campfire.

    I will echo this. Best thing that happened to me after blowing out my back the second time, was finding my PT. She worked me harder than I thought I should and encouraged me to continue to push it...
  2. Thread: The Campfire.

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    Re: The Campfire.

    Dang it Cliff! So happy to hear you are mostly alright. Hoping for a speedy recovery!

    Pro tip: Have a whiskey & dew or four to help with the pain. Or come by and I will serve them to ya while...
  3. Thread: The Campfire.

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    Re: The Campfire.

    Got a little more demo completed this morning before the sun reared it's ugly head. Took the knee wall and associated goodies down. Lots of water damage to the whole area.
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  4. Thread: The Campfire.

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    Re: The Campfire.

    Just a Ford doing what they do best...
  5. Thread: The Campfire.

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    Re: The Campfire.

    I continue to be a one man wrecking crew. Not only did I blow up the new to me Ford over the weekend, but started on another home demo project the last two evenings. Brick wall is coming down so I...
  6. Thread: Welder upgrade

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    Re: Welder upgrade

    Hope you enjoy the new machine!
  7. Thread: Welder needed

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    Re: Welder needed

    Still a little confused. So you are wanting to weld a square tube onto your existing sliders? And the tube was previously attached, but removed? And the square tube needs to be capped and smoothed...
  8. Thread: Welder needed

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    Re: Welder needed

    Photos of what is exactly is needed? When is it needed done?
  9. Thread: Frame Welding

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    Re: Frame Welding

    Drill out the end of the crack to relieve the stress. Then grind out the crack enough to get good filler contact and penetration and weld it up.
  10. Thread: The Campfire.

    by Brucker
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    Re: The Campfire.

    Had this unexpected visitor in the shop last night. Was about the size of my palm and was faster than snot.

    https://www.frontrange4x4.com/forums/attachment.php?attachmentid=50494&d=1595455908
  11. Thread: The Campfire.

    by Brucker
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    Re: The Campfire.

    I do have 4 other running 4x4's ;-)
  12. Thread: The Campfire.

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    Re: The Campfire.

    The end of an era.

    Bittersweet time as an old friend and trusted companion leaves the shop for greener pastures. Our faithful little blue shop truck has found a new home with a new owner.

    We...
  13. Thread: The Campfire.

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    Re: The Campfire.

    Nice work Michael!
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    Re: Mod For The Day

    Finished up the steering revamp in the little blue shop truck. Modified the custom double sided high steer arm with a 5th stud and a double shear mount for the ram, and a modified high steer arm...
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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...
  17. 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?
  18. Re: Something a little different: Patio Table Build

    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...
  19. 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...
  20. Re: Moblie prep station/storage cart for bbq and smoker

    Ok, thanks but that doesn't help in thus situation. Thanks though
  21. 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.
  22. 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...
  23. Re: Something a little different: Patio Table Build

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

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

    Nope, those peaks are obviously well under the snowline :D
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