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    JT WoodPosted new reply in Vehicles3/18/2008, 10:30 PM

    I have hooked a chain on the bin and dragged it 50 yards down the street and left it in the middle of the road!!! The homo parked it crooked (2 spots) in front of my truck!!...

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    JT WoodPosted new reply in Framing3/16/2008, 9:19 PM

    I have to say that I am as used to a saw as a nailer I 've used them both for the same amount of time. I always give a 4" "safety zone" in all directions from the tip of ...

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    JT WoodPosted new reply in Framing3/6/2008, 9:53 PM

    I'll start by saying I've only been doing this for a year... The last 2 bonus room's I've seen end up getting the expanding spray foam to completely fill between the joist spa...

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    JT WoodPosted new reply in Tools & Equipment3/2/2008, 4:44 PM

    Mine seems to do that when it's around freezing or colder. I hate that!! It goes away when It warms up.

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    JT WoodPosted new reply in Framing2/28/2008, 11:47 PM

    It's pretty much standard here to do 24" walls and joist. You might have trouble finding work around these parts. I'll do 96" spacing if the that what the guy writ...

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    JT WoodPosted new reply in Framing2/27/2008, 7:22 PM

    I had a funny thought this morning. Jim the butcher works in a pork salughter house. As he arrives at work he walks in the door with his buddy Bill. As they get dressed Jim and...

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    JT WoodPosted new reply in Framing2/26/2008, 10:49 PM

    I have a ti-tech 16 oz hatchet handle (california?) I love it! It doesn't feel as good as a t bone but it is way cheaper. I have had it for a year of full time framing. I ba...

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