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Offline 732fraziea

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Wow, that's major construction! I hope you are making good progress, good luck!

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I’ve had heftier projects the last few years. This is a little tricky as lining up the old with the new has to be done right and I’m a sloppy bugger at the best of times. I’m currently building the framework out perpendicular to the concrete foundation so the new boards will match the old.



The IH-666S-19L are 11 months old and have seen about 60 wear days (I keep them as «summer» jeans).








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Yeah I hear you. I have to measure 3x, because twice isn't good enough, then hide my mistakes with trim!
Looks like some similar issues we had in our first house. Not fun.

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Re: WAYWT - The Hard Labour Edition aka "Working in your workwear".
« Reply #393 on: June 24, 2019, 05:51:29 pm »
Cold water feed, electric cables and irrigation going under the new courtyard slabs

IH-666-VMC and Mojito's

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