|Today 08:15 AM|
Next time, close the file after rotating, reopen the file and it should "stick".
|Today 06:27 AM|
|Too Many Projects||
The best part, my wife is so accustomed to seeing these things, when she saw the double ladder arrangement yesterday, she just said "that looks really safe"...
Well, I can't get the second pic to post upright. She held the camera vertical and that's how the memory wants to keep it. I rotated it in my file, but it keeps coming up sideways...
|Today 06:15 AM|
|Too Many Projects|
|Today 06:01 AM|
|idrivejunk||Trade the rollback for a bucket truck.|
|Today 04:20 AM|
|123pugsy||Next time, screw the ladder to the pallet.|
|Yesterday 11:02 PM|
[QUOTE=Too Many Projects;4758301]Another fun day in the "shop". If all, y'all thought I was a little goofy before, this here may just be the puddin on the pie. While I was installing the diagonal boards you see on the base of the joists, I noticed my "floater" joist was a little saggy, so I decided to tie it into the top perlin. Problem was, I couldn't reach that high from the pallet, so I improvised and brought the short wooden ladder up on the pallet. DANG that combo was wobbly to stand on, and when I pulled the trigger on the air nailer, it REALLY wobbled from the recoil... 4, quick, bangs up there and I scrambled back down to the safety of the pallet and got-r-done... Joist is now nice and firm. Need to do the other one some other day.
ARE YOU OUTTA YER TEENY MIND? That ladder on a pallet thing looks like something I would do. Talk about dangerous! Wobbly, rickety, shifting under your weight. Been there, done that, and never again! Too unsteady, too dangerous, and it looks like a very long way down to the concrete! Just the pallet alone moves under foot too much on my forklift for my peace of mind.
You are scaring us with that set up.
Yup - "a little goofy" sums it up. Sorry, but we would miss you too much if you keep doing that!
|Yesterday 07:06 PM|
|Too Many Projects||
Another fun day in the "shop". If all, y'all thought I was a little goofy before, this here may just be the puddin on the pie. While I was installing the diagonal boards you see on the base of the joists, I noticed my "floater" joist was a little saggy, so I decided to tie it into the top perlin. Problem was, I couldn't reach that high from the pallet, so I improvised and brought the short wooden ladder up on the pallet. DANG that combo was wobbly to stand on, and when I pulled the trigger on the air nailer, it REALLY wobbled from the recoil... 4, quick, bangs up there and I scrambled back down to the safety of the pallet and got-r-done... Joist is now nice and firm. Need to do the other one some other day. Gonna work at Centerline tomorrow. I got a treat for you there, if I remember the camera...
The diagonal boards will be the mounting/supports for the heater.
|Yesterday 11:26 AM|
|Yesterday 10:55 AM|
|Too Many Projects||
I've almost worn out the legs on the tall wooden ladder, dragging it around along with most everything else in there.
|Yesterday 09:34 AM|
Where's the refrigerator? Just because you don't drink an occasional Blue Moon doesn't mean the rest of us won't. :-)
|Yesterday 07:46 AM|
|Too Many Projects||Most of last week was very pleasant here, for cooler, less humid weather, BUT my wife works full time from home, so I managed to get a few things done in the shop the one day I didn't work for pay. She had Friday off, so we hit the insulation/girt work hard. Nice that the hot/humid weather came back for those 3 days. We were swimming for 8 hours a day in that oven of a shop. We got 28' of both sidewalls done to the point of tin, but that won't happen this year. WAY too much to do yet, to spend time on that. The ceiling tin will be at the store on Wednesday and I need to add 1 more ceiling joist for that and after mocking up the heater, I need to follow the path of the tubes with 2x6 between the joists to hang it on. We picked up the necessary material Saturday evening, so it's here and I just need to get off my butt and go put it up. After the West wall was done, we put the equipment back and I mounted the air hose reel up further, where it should be able to stay now. Also cleaned up the electrical connection for the compressor.|
|08-09-2020 06:08 PM|
|idrivejunk||I did a couple of the same things. Mowed, drove rust off backup ride brakes. Noticed that a corner of the gutter which drips into a crack in the driveway next to the porch was still dripping two days after last rain. Knocked a half inch hole there, improvised a trough to redirect it a couple feet then placed rocks under the drip to diffuse and redirect that away from the driveway's edge. Wanted to go slap a tint scrap on the daily driver sunroof but that consumed way too much time so that and the back yard will have to wait. Two scorchers dead ahead. When I touched my door handle to move my car to mow, that reminded me of the sunroof. But I'm beat, and its seven on a work night. To heck with it.|
|08-09-2020 05:03 PM|
Mowed the front lawn with the 78 Wheelhorse.
Took the 87v10 for a short drive. Just enough to get the rust off the brakes.
Came back and did the same with the 01 2500HD.
Started mowing the back yard. Caught a deck wheel on a chain link fence. Cut that free then had to stop again to tighten up the wheel.
Heading back out the old girls coil finally gave out. It has been threatening to go out with hard starting when hot and every now I can tell one cylinder is dead for a second or two. I was trying to make it to October(month of no grass or snow) when I am planning to just go through and replace anything old, worn, or done wrong.
But it said screw you today. So a new coil is coming from Amazon for me to throw on next weekend.
|08-09-2020 02:57 PM|
Looks upholstered to me!
Some folks got it, some don't-
|08-09-2020 01:28 PM|
Bought an old 1950's commercial sewing machine, and went to work sewing up the upholstery on my '39 Chevy. My first attempt at doing upholstery, and it came out OK I think.
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