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    Quote Originally Posted by metric_taper View Post
    How did the antique airbrake tanks turn out? I'm amazed you made your own heavy duty sheet rolling machine, for this.
    They turned out great the guy was happy with them mostly because they were all the correct sizes to fit the mountings and all of the fittings aligned up where they were supposed to be

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    Almost there.
    I might have to add another 5 yards of fill to finish out the floor
    then I will need to make a leveling drag spray the surface with water cut the high spots allow the low spots to fill then roll the surface
    Took the first step towards building my shop-20201116_154212sf.jpg

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    When you want to put up a wall that eventually will need to become a window so the brick crane can operate around and through it what better way yo build a wall then use a side tarp off of a Conestoga trailer kit.
    Took the first step towards building my shop-20201121_144935ww.jpg
    Almost an instant wall, well it did take an hour to hoist the 200lb tarp in position and screw in in place


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