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  1. I do too. You'd be all over that!
  2. you and Warren and one other guy could get a lot done. Put up all sorts of structures then sell it for what you have in it. I believe you know a guy who could give that a quick look It looks to be a national 556B, pretty decent chart, useable to 55 feet or so with jib out. It would do 1000 pounds there and be less than a critical pick ( below 75% chart) https://cranenetwork.com/uploads/specs/33ad9fbd8d28f224a0d49a8fa.pdf
  3. I like it so much better. It was really going to be a PITA to get a manufactured home up there. Buy and sell something like this to speed up the job. https://salem.craigslist.org/hvo/d/saint-benedict-1986-ford-crane-boom/7405857654.html
  4. It is the same with the car. Heavy rain or wet snow turns it right off. ++ on the extra set of eyes too.
  5. Mary's 2019 Tiguan has those features and yes, they have spoiled us. Those fantastic headlights are enough! You can set them to automatic and they will brighten and dim faster and better than I can.
  6. that would sure be sweet if she can sell it where it's sitting.
  7. Yes 95 to 105k and he said that it's really hard to put a price on that Cummins core depending on what's wrong with it. The prices on a core really vary.
  8. My friend said 95 to 105. I'll see if I can get any numbers for that Cummins core.
  9. 1999 it is probably a 3406E. I have driven a 550 HP E in a boom truck, of all the odd things. Fixed load of about 45,000, no pintle hitch so no trailer, and all that power.
  10. I belong to a heavy equipment forum and there is a truck mechanic there that could probably help with this. He's the guy that built that completely off the hook Mack truck that I posted a while back. He maintains a fleet or two. I can ask him if you like. EDIT he asked for the last 6 of the VIN, I could not find it in those images above.
  11. mostly empty truck Westbound this afternoon.
  12. I'm loving those temporary digs man. All next spring it will be awesome watching stuff green up.
  13. On a big parcel like yours, there is not the pressure to get the site location absolutely mathematically perfect. You are way back on your setbacks, and the inspector is not going to request a survey of your exact building corners. You have that going for you They care about crossing water and septic, the well radius setback, stuff like that. congrats again on all the progress!
  14. Yes that is wonderful. I really like that the white ones graced a wedding.
  15. that looks like a good day.
  16. I hope they opted for the extra large black tank!
  17. you and your young lads should build a stitch and glue boat. you could build a really beautiful awesome kayak or two, or a Dory or a runabout. There's lots of cool designs. Because you make them out of marine plywood they go together really fast.
  18. Ahh I figured that you might know. I have built some boats but the other way, hand layup over frames and stringers and plywood. Never had a mold and gelcoat.
  19. @stroketeck This guy has a bunch of molds. He might have the mold for your boat! https://seattle.craigslist.org/see/boa/d/everett-glasply-boat-molds/7382547427.html
  20. I think you can get to that place with a very specific combination of drugs.
  21. Good you got it Gary. I have to tear into mine for different reasons, I think the board is bad.
  22. What he said. With everything underground that pretty much guarantees no 3 phase. Typically it is 3 hots at the top of the pole and a neutral below.
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