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JRT812 JRT812
10/16/2017 6:44 PM

What a weekend. Outdoor fire pit check. Repair a portion of the swing set check. Lastly, nuts in throat as I installed a spotlight from the 40’s I repaired into a truck check. Photo

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imoto34 imoto34
10/17/2017 7:08 AM

Fall is in the air. Fire water stocked up and a stack of trees waiting to be burnt. Merica

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motosmith motosmith
10/17/2017 8:20 AM

I put all the outdoor furniture in storage Saturday.

Nothing left until the leaves fall. Then its burn pile time.

I have the right to remain awesome.

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newmann newmann
10/17/2017 8:25 AM

Progress JRT, progress. I loaded a 30 yard dumpster with the remains of my house for the third time this weekend. The mess is gone, but it left behind a bit of a mess with the yard and grass so I had a load of sand delivered. Nuts are so far up in the throat from loading all the debris I'm afraid it will be a while before the sand gets spread. My Tylenol 4's that I didn't take from a previous injury are about all gone as well so back to the Aleeve. Sucks getting old!laughing

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Nighttrain Nighttrain
10/17/2017 10:44 AM

Rebuilt hubs, headsets, and bottom brackets with marine grease. Replaced a lot of bearings. Picked up a winter project, beach cruiser (rusty one in back). It's roached but thinking of building a super light cruiser with performance components on the aluminum frame. Probably end up spending $500 on a $20 clunker, lol. Nuts dropped a long time ago and always stay low.

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Guess the Black Ops water proof bottom bracket Is a bad design on the neglected rat bike since the bike frame has several places allowing water in where it collected and stayed in the BB.
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JRT812 JRT812
10/17/2017 11:45 AM
newmann wrote:

Progress JRT, progress. I ...more

I will take my chore list over yours any day hahaha. I'm telling you my hands were sweating drilling that hole in my truck for a stupid spotlight haha


I'm glad things are getting better at your place!

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Old-Man Old-Man
10/17/2017 12:25 PM

Looks great JRT! Even used the firebrick.
Been a union Bricklayer for 30+ years and I have a question:
Did you use Brick Mortar on the joints between the brick or fireclay?

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JRT812 JRT812
10/17/2017 1:22 PM
Old-Man wrote:

Looks great JRT! Even used ...more

Thanks! I never realized that original type of brick wouldn't last long until I was researching fire pits. I swear I have seen pits using regular type of bricks in the ring. Refactory mortar was used. The footer is cement though. Also no mortar was used on the bottom for drainage.

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Old-Man Old-Man
10/18/2017 10:55 AM

Great! The joints are a little big for high temps but hopefully you won't have any issues.

Here's a pic of what a fireplace (Box) looks like, see how the fire brick are pasted (Fire clay, refractory cement..ect.) together?

Enjoy your work, looks great!

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JAFO92 JAFO92
10/18/2017 12:47 PM

Got the front half of the small arena leveled and staked, will finish the back side and be done this weekend.

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"We don't rent pigs."

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