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Old 03-24-2020, 08:44 AM   #51
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Re: The new "He shed"

Turning out real nice. Congrats
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Re: The new "He shed"

Worked on the soffit some then went to cutting grass. Richard Have ya got a 4 or 5" square sign post about 16' tall"? I want to build a jib crane in the shop and no luck around here.
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I know I have some square but not sure what size. Let me take a look tomorrow
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I have one pc of 4" and one pc of 5" but they are both only about 9' each. I do have a 6" pc that long

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Re: The new "He shed"

Thanks for looking. I have the local scrap yard looking for me also. I used to letter all his race cars. Been busy on the shop and will get some pictures up tomorrow. Got a mezzanine built for storage, power and hose reels up and started plumbing the air.
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Re: The new "He shed"

Here are some pictures from this weeks progress. We had a lot of rain after getting the shop closed in and the mud was bad so I switched to working inside. With the shop being tall I decided to build some overhead storage using mostly lumber from the build like the forms and crates stuff came in along with a lot of stuff I had been collecting. The mezzanine is 18X6 with the L being 5X5 and its 10 feet tall. The big post are some I had milled from one of the pines that came down when we cleared for the shop. I finished the wiring and hung one of the 150 watt UFO LED lights for a test on how bright they were. At 19.000 lumens they are going to light the shop very well with 4 of them. Got a hose reel and a cord reel ip along with the first three drops for the air. Went back to working on the trim yesterday and got some up and prepped all the gutters to go up. What you see in the picture is the last of what needs to go up to finish the outside.
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