Also, this piece of wood is only a 2"x2" and by putting the notch on the top, all the load of the trailer is carried by a 1"x2" piece of wood with a cut.
schuylergrace (Jun 13, 2021)
I'm reporting a bank spam email right now. All very legitimate looking, minimal in awkward phrases/ spelling/ punctuation. The single real questionable facet; the return address; not xxxx@.com but xxxx@-com.
That's all it would take, user name, account number, password, current balance.....Poof!
Examining their 'link' to account recovery, reveals this [altered to make inactive] hteeheep://hack.cs.uwindsor.ca/includes/trutruttrut/
Relatively certain that ain't my bank, probably not anyone's but scammer themself.
Sorry, NO deposit!
Last edited by Toolmaker51; Jun 13, 2021 at 01:55 PM.
...we'll learn more by wandering than searching...
a steell one would be cheeper nowdays... but 3 years ago...I built a trailer...steel frame.( bed frame, no pun intended but...yup it's a bed for a for a truck bedliner!!)..truck bed liner and..2x4 for the tongue. works great..."J" bolts for axles. $3.00 each harbinger of fright pneumatic tires.
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