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Old 11-02-2014, 10:25 PM   #41
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Old 11-02-2014, 10:28 PM   #42
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We had a 3' or 4' brake at one company I worked for. That thing was perfect for step flashing, counterflashing, etc. I wish I had one that size just for that. We use a Pro3 10'6". No complaints.
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Would have to practice up for that we rarely do a built in J we clip our trim around a j
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I do it the same way as Jls, cut it too the size needed, seems every window is a different measurement well for me anyway and that's in auburn as well.

Honestly I'd rather trim it all with PVC myself im a god dam carpenter not a sheet metal guy!!
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I do it the same way as Jls, cut it too the size needed, seems every window is a different measurement well for me anyway and that's in auburn as well. Honestly I'd rather trim it all with PVC myself im a god dam carpenter not a sheet metal guy!!

Maybe it's just here
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I do it the same way as Jls, cut it too the size needed, seems every window is a different measurement well for me anyway and that's in auburn as well. Honestly I'd rather trim it all with PVC myself im a god dam carpenter not a sheet metal guy!!
So I've been keeping my eye out for your van, so I can show you my new truck cap
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Nope think it is pretty much anywhere at times, specially if someome else did the window install before.
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I do it the same way as Jls, cut it too the size needed, seems every window is a different measurement well for me anyway and that's in auburn as well.

Honestly I'd rather trim it all with PVC myself im a god dam carpenter not a sheet metal guy!!
Same for me. I will measure and layout for the best use of material, but I bend and install one window at a time. Most of the time on a replacement window job it's an older house so things aren't cookie cutter measurements.

On new construction my metal work is flashing work mostly.
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I actually will have the break out later in the week if we can delay till then. I have to add 1 window on the kitchen remodel I'm doing, the window should be in on Tuesday
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I actually will have the break out later in the week if we can delay till then. I have to add 1 window on the kitchen remodel I'm doing, the window should be in on Tuesday
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So I've been keeping my eye out for your van, so I can show you my new truck cap
I'll be there tomorrow but I got too finish tomorrow it's like a job from hell lol

I'm wrapping the hacks work and it's the last time I wrap anything I didn't install!! And they aren't paying me travel time so it's the last time I'll be going too far away from Syracuse lol I may have some days off till the snow flies lol

Yea I'd love too see your truck and at the same time I can show you what a proper van looks like lmao
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I'll be there tomorrow but I got too finish tomorrow it's like a job from hell lol I'm wrapping the hacks work and it's the last time I wrap anything I didn't install!! And they aren't paying me travel time so it's the last time I'll be going too far away from Syracuse lol I may have some days off till the snow flies lol Yea I'd love too see your truck and at the same time I can show you what a proper van looks like lmao
It's not impressive, someone gave it to me, I'll be back to ladder racks as soon as the snow melts
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Don't you have a service body though?
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No, haven't had one in several years
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Oh that's right yours has a cool push bar on it lol
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hehehe....gotta love the CT pissing matches!!!
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I just found another nice thing about this forum. I haven't done built-in J-channel in a long time. I'm starting a job today that it will be perfect for.
Thanks for the reminder. I get tired of the same old thing.
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