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New Trailer Floor


OK, deal but I only need eleven screws because both ends are held down by the metal lip and rear cap - - - - I really don't see any need to attach the boards at every cross brace - - - deal???

I'll put the tape on it and let you know the minimum length needed !

OK, I measured it and 2" will be close but 2 1/4 would work perfectly - - - and that's NOT COUNTING the drill tip - - - only the threaded part biggrin



-- Edited by Mello Yello on Saturday 30th of January 2010 11:49:23 AM

-- Edited by Mello Yello on Saturday 30th of January 2010 11:50:10 AM

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Mello Yello wrote:

 

OK, deal but I only need eleven screws because both ends are held down by the metal lip and rear cap - - - - I really don't see any need to attach the boards at every cross brace - - - deal???

I'll put the tape on it and let you know the minimum length needed !

OK, I measured it and 2" will be close but 2 1/4 would work perfectly - - - and that's NOT COUNTING the drill tip - - - only the threaded part biggrin



-- Edited by Mello Yello on Saturday 30th of January 2010 11:49:23 AM

-- Edited by Mello Yello on Saturday 30th of January 2010 11:50:10 AM

OK!! what ever turns you on,,,,I'll go to Lowes Tomorrow,, and see what I can find,, I know they have em cause I bought some to use on my patio ..

 



-- Edited by Bad Rat on Sunday 31st of January 2010 02:23:30 AM

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Thank you, Sir headbang.gif

BTW, the chicken tickler and rib tickler should get headed your way by the end of the week, I hope !

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Finally Finished !

Lumber - $74

Welding - $40

Grunt Work $1000 (but I got it for free)
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Still need to wire the Hardy Plank sides back in but that's no biggie !

Thanks for all the advice and help !



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Looking good......I have to get back to work on mine.........if the snow ever melts

-- Edited by poncho62 on Friday 26th of February 2010 08:40:07 PM

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Lookin goooooodd there holmes,,,,,,,,,, now ya can go out and round up some landscaping jobs,, you got the equipment now,,,,,,,,,,biggrin

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Bad Rat wrote:
now ya can go out and round up some landscaping jobs,,,,,,,,,,biggrin


Whatcho talkin' bout Willard nodisbelief- - - no censored.gif way Jose'

 



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looks dang good mello. them boards will be there a long time too.well done mego.

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