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    You just gotta love this picture.
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    Totally safe.

    The ElCo works pretty good for several quick projects where you need a quick 4' boost into the air. Quicker then digging out an extension ladder.


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    Quote Originally Posted by BajaDan View Post


    You just gotta love this picture.
    Your Ford can't do that. Touché

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    Rob, lemme know how that heater works, Im looking

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    Quote Originally Posted by Short-Bus View Post
    Rob, lemme know how that heater works, Im looking
    They works great and are easy to install in my mind. This is my second unit I own. I have the same unit in my attached garage for the last 8 or so years ( I don't remember when I installed it). Zero issues.

    This is my 5th unit installing. I was worried it would peter out with the high ceiling and 45' length.... ( 12,000 + cubic feet of air space.) It blows the heat right up to the over head door and circulates the air good

    If you get one make sure it is the Beacon Morris unit. You will find Hot Dawg, Mr. Heater, and a couple other brands out there for a hundo or so cheaper. I would not buy one. Every one I know that has had them, theirs have fail. Sensors and circuit boards take a shit.

    In fact Don cheaped out and bought the Mr. Heater unit to replace his 25 year old Reznor . Second day flame sensor/ over temp failed. (warranty sent him a new one). Sensor failed again, replaced it again. Week 2 or 3 the circuit board took a shit. I told him not to buy it and he did any ways.... After the board took a shit, we pulled it down for the third time and returned it. Told them it is a POS, and bought the BM unit. Of people I know their Beacon Morris unit has not failed yet.

    Plus made right here in the USA Only mod I do is bring the "C" wire form the board to the terminal strip (8" wire) and plug it in to W2 that is unused, so I can run the fancy thermostat.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hook'em View Post
    Your Ford can't do that. Touché
    Mine can....Bed cover supports 400lbs....

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    99% of lights are done. Might add 2 or 4 more to the north side( transom area) area to light up the tool box and transom. I have 10 extra
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    Are those your hoist points behind the trap doors?

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    Quote Originally Posted by hook'em View Post
    Are those your hoist points behind the trap doors?
    Yes sir. Port and star side. One panel isn't painted yet, that is why it is still open to plastic and insulation.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 92nsx View Post
    Yes sir. Port and star side. One panel isn't painted yet, that is why it is still open to plastic and insulation.
    That is way cool. I love your attention to detail. It makes all the difference.

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    Well i know what you are all thinking / asking on the inside.... How much did it cost you...

    All in cash out of my pocket.. $18,911 ($19.10 a sq ft), 2.5 year project . Only thing really left is to trim the windows but that won't happen till next summer.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 92nsx View Post
    Well i know what you are all thinking / asking on the inside.... How much did it cost you...

    All in cash out of my pocket.. $18,911 ($19.10 a sq ft), 2.5 year project . Only thing really left is to trim the windows but that won't happen till next summer.
    Once again proving that the expensive part is the labor. You probably doubled the value of your house with that $19k investment.

    By the way, one rule I have is to never total up how much it cost. In your case it is a point of pride, in my case, it usually just scares me. For instance, I would hate to think how much I have in a 16 year old Baja 252.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 92nsx View Post
    Well i know what you are all thinking / asking on the inside.... How much did it cost you...

    All in cash out of my pocket.. $18,911 ($19.10 a sq ft), 2.5 year project . Only thing really left is to trim the windows but that won't happen till next summer.
    Well done Rock.
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