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Post Posted: Sun Sep 03, 2017 5:56 pm 
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Well guys my butt is tired but I finished putting up the last four rafters for my shop. Man am I glad that part is done I'm getting to old for this sSa_cry4 . I swear those 18' 2x8's are heaverier than they use to be sAng_scream . Here are a few pic's to show you what I've been doing instead of fishing and working on my boat. Which I should be doing. :1898_:

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Ok what did I do wrong, that their not showing up?

Oh and for you guys that have been following my babies growth, here's two new pic's of how big she has gotten.

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Post Posted: Mon Sep 04, 2017 8:40 pm 
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Really nice job on the addition Walt, and the little puppy ain't so little anymore. Looks great!

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Post Posted: Mon Sep 04, 2017 10:29 pm 
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Yea Scott she is 82lbs now and as strong as an ox. :mrgreen: but for a dog that size, she doesn't have a mean bone in her body. she love every body she sees, especially Childern. Man does she love them. Her tail goes 90 miles a hour when a child runs up to her. :605_thumbs_up: As for the shop I can't wait to get it done, so I can get back on the boat. I'm missing some good off shore fishing right now. We have albies up here right now. My favorite fly rod fish. :605_thumbs_up:


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Post Posted: Tue Sep 05, 2017 8:26 pm 
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Damn Walt my back hurts just looking at the roof!! I had the same damn problem with hay bails this summer..L the more we handled them the heavier they got.. sFi_wwe sFi_wwe

What are you gonna cover it with?

That ill pup dog is gonna need one big ass freezer to cool off in :mrgreen: :mrgreen: !! It is great she likes kids, I imagine all they wanna do is hug the fuzzy dog!!

For using the sites gallery, use the little picture icon in the full editor... If you have the gallery open in a different tab you can get the picture you want and then copy the image-url address. Once you go back to the post, and hit the little picture icon then you can paste the image-url into the box that says "enter a link for the image"..

Took me FOREVER to figure that out sCo_hmmthink and I Did a crap job of explaining it.... :504_shrugging:

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Post Posted: Tue Sep 05, 2017 8:35 pm 
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Thanks Dav I'll have try that. As for the building, I'm using the same metal that is on the original building. Found a lumber yard that sells it.

Yea she likes the cold. She stays in the house in the summer if she has to go out, she runs out goes and then runs back in. In the winter, we can't get her back in the house and if it snows she runs around like a nut. :mrgreen:

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Post Posted: Wed Sep 06, 2017 4:04 pm 
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Is the roof the same style as the siding Walt? I did 5 panel galvy sheets on the Boys house and it went down slick.. Lowes had the panels and they were ok to work with as long as the wind wasn't blowin..... I used an air powered butterfly impact wrench to drive the screws because it had serious RPM for the self tapping screws.. I think I could get away with a 20v driver now, they might be fast enough...

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Post Posted: Wed Sep 06, 2017 4:33 pm 
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Dav the metal is called fabral. I'm using the same profile as on the original building. That's one reason it's taking me a while on the rafters, they had to be 1 9/16th down for the old metal. Once the pearlones are glued and nailed in place, I should be able to just slide the new metal under the old and seal with 5200. Then I won't need those really bad gaskets they sell for these types of buildings. Also the 5200 will last forever. I won't need to get up on that roof to seal it every other year. :605_thumbs_up:

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Post Posted: Thu Sep 07, 2017 9:48 am 
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No kidding man sealing was a @&$#!!! Pain..... Because I didn't know better I used the sticky stuff that was on a tape roll and it was a fight and if the panel hit it before it was set in place? Well, needless to say I figured out a way to put a lot of new ways to express exactly what I thought...

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Post Posted: Thu Sep 07, 2017 10:21 am 
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Yea Dav that stuff is a pain. They put it in the fridge vent and a third of it has blown out. I get small bits of debris blowing in under the vent. Once I get this shop done I'm going to fix the ridge vent. I have some flashing the same color as my roof. I'm thinking of cutting it in 6"x36" pieces and taking out the ridge screws, a section at a time and slide the flashing under the vent and then put the screws back in. that will add 4" more to the on each side of the vent. That should keep the gasket from blowing out . At least I hope so. sCo_hmmthink

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Post Posted: Sun Oct 01, 2017 9:24 pm 
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Well finished the gable end fascia boards, so I'm taking a brake before I order my roof metal and time. My old butt is going fish in. :605_thumbs_up: :mrgreen: :239_fishing:

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Post Posted: Fri Nov 17, 2017 10:18 pm 
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Well the metal for my roof came in and it's up and screwed down. 280 screws. Man I don't want to screw anything again, at least for a while. :1121_wink: sAng_scream Use two caulking tubes of 5200 to seal the seams between the old roof metal and the new. Once that sets up, that sob won't be coming a part any time soon. Now just have to get the end caps and put them up and the roof will be finished. Time to go fishing again , if only this wind will let up. sAng_scream sFun_rofl

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Post Posted: Sat Nov 18, 2017 8:58 pm 
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Right on Walt! Just in time for the next batch of rain!

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Post Posted: Sun Nov 19, 2017 6:10 pm 
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Yea Dav and we have had more rain then we needed this year. It's going to rain three more days this week. And men did I lucky out today. I need some plywood or osb . I see no reason to leave the metal on the back of the building, when it's going to be inside after the shop is finished. Beside the metal is $40 a sheet. I thought I would replace it with the above. So I was down to see a friend who is working on a new house and he asked if I knew of anyone who needed some 3/8s plywood. He had 10 sheet in his barn that he had no use for. He was saving it to maybe use to put a ceiling in his old building but decided to take it down and put up a New metal building 4 times bigger. well you can imagine how fast I jumped on that. So I only need to buy one sheet now. He saved my old butt $275. plywood that thickness is going for $25-$30 a sheet a round here. :605_thumbs_up:

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Post Posted: Mon Nov 20, 2017 10:59 pm 
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Man you can’t beat a deal like that with a stick!!

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