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  1. Jrhky36

    Lowes is struggling

    Where I work we have a lowes around the corner and HD across the street. HD is always packed and lowes seems to be empty. Within the next year or so Menardsplans to open a 2 story store less than 1/2 a mile from lowes. If Menards does open it could spell the end of lowes at that location.
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    Hot tub

    Framing is 2x6 with 3/4 plywood. The outside skin will be t1-11. The power of water is definitelysomething i am thinking about
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    Hot tub

    I put 4.5" carriage bolts in each corner. After the plumbing is in i will most likely be adding more bolts to each corner. The wife is ordering a custom pond liner that will drop in. The plumbing for the jets will be 2" and 1.5" pvc. Will be adding some type of bevel to each corner to help with water follow around the tub
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    Hot tub

    She wanted it to be 48" deep so she can exercise in it. And the length so she can swim with a harness. It realy is a therapy pool, like one you might find at a rehab place
  5. Jrhky36

    Hot tub

    Wife needs a deep hot tub. Nobody makes one 48" deep. So we looked on you tube and got ideas. Well the framing is done. Next step is order jets, heater, and liner. The size is 72 x 84. Build 4 steps/seats into one side. Will update photos as the project rolls on.
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    Head lights

    No dont want to over do the electrical system. I currently use chem lights/ lightsticks on the rear. When i put up for winter i will disconnect the lights from the battery.
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    Head lights

    Just put some headlights on my scag so i can cut in the dark. I used rough country's twin 6" light bars. Each bar is 6 400 lumen leds. Total out put is 4800 lumens. 12 volt system wired directly to the battery with an in fuse. I had to make brackets because the ones that came with would not work. All told it took me about an hour or so to install.
  8. Jrhky36

    TIA impact winners announced

    Its an early 242nd birthday present. Happy birthday devil dog
  9. Jrhky36

    Holiday coupon 2017

    Home depot also has that deal. Posted a couple of days ago in the home Depot thread in the tool deals. As well as the Milwaukee tool deal thread. Pics are there as well. The drill is a hammer drill
  10. Jrhky36

    Home Depot

    They have started the holiday tool deals Here's the first one
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    Milwaukee Power Tool Deal Thread

    Just saw this at home depot for $99
  12. Jrhky36

    The DOUBLE NOUN game.

    Town house
  13. Where at in Michigan are you. I'm in Oakland County. May be able to help with the waterheater, if you haven't been able to do so already

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    2. DR99

      DR99

      40 gallon tall or standard I believe not 100% on the termninology

    3. Jrhky36

      Jrhky36

      Soray about not getting back to you sooner. Issues with the phone. I'll check tomorrow. 

    4. Jrhky36

      Jrhky36

      A new tank will run 450. Plus tax. 40 gal, gas 4 inch vent. Standard size.

      Price does not include installation.

  14. Jrhky36

    what does everyone do for a living

    Hvac service tech/installer full time (32-35) hours a week in the summer. Lawn contractor about 20 hours a week in the summer. Winter 45-52 hours a week hvac
  15. Jrhky36

    Dewalt Landscaping machines

    I will post on here if I try another cordless. But it won't be for some time. Otherstwhile on here have done used and love the 20v. I am very biased toward gas.
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