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Old 05-25-2014, 11:07 PM   #161
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Re: Senza Legno, Senza Pontilli

Well 2 days of working in 96 deg heat & this is how far I got, Saturday was just the wife & I we got the right side up & most the riveting done, I worked from 6am until 8pm & I'm burnt, Sunday had the son of a fried of mine come over with a buddy of his & by 2pm all the panels are hung but not all secured I had run short of butyl tape & can't get anymore until Tuesday so I'm a good 1/2 way done on the drivers side,, I'm using 18g steel in 10 ft sections with VHB tape on the ribs where there is no lap joint, 3/4in rivets on ribs with lap joints & 3/16 rivets spaced 1&1/2 in across the bottom going to only work on it a few hrs tomorrow them spend some alone time with the wife
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Old 05-26-2014, 06:13 PM   #162
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It was in the upper 90's when I did mine. I planed that on purpose. I hope with the steel heated and then riveted, I will have less buckling of the steel (Oil canning) in the summer.
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Old 05-26-2014, 11:47 PM   #163
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It was in the upper 90's when I did mine. I planed that on purpose. I hope with the steel heated and then riveted, I will have less buckling of the steel (Oil canning) in the summer.
I understand what you saying, But, my leggs are burnt , my back is burnt , my face is burnt , my neck is burnt, other than that pretty happy with what was accomplised this weekend
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I understand what you saying, But, my leggs are burnt , my back is burnt , my face is burnt , my neck is burnt, other than that pretty happy with what was accomplised this weekend
I'm almost as good as nat, I have an answer for all you issues, suntan lotion.
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Old 05-27-2014, 10:41 AM   #165
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I understand what you saying, But, my leggs are burnt , my back is burnt , my face is burnt , my neck is burnt, other than that pretty happy with what was accomplised this weekend
I'm almost as good as nat, I have an answer for all you issues, suntan lotion.
I did use sunsreen
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Old 06-26-2014, 05:13 PM   #166
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Still working on it just a bunch of little detail stuff
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Been to hot to work outside so I have been doing things to the house but I did just make a photobucket account & uploaded the photos there
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Old 09-06-2014, 12:19 PM   #168
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Pulled the Bus out today , getting back to work on it , somethings I got accomplished that took my time away
Installed new front entry door with security door
Installed 8 prehung solid core oak doors
Installed Oak trim around the doors & base boards in a few rooms
Plus been helping a buddy re raise a barn that partially collapse because his son wants to get married in it this October
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love your conversion. hope you don't mind if i take some (a lot) of your ideas and use them in mine.
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love your conversion. hope you don't mind if i take some (a lot) of your ideas and use them in mine.
Use what you can, I'm a giver plus most my idea's so far have come from other builders here
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