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Occupation:Professional Jeep Builder
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Registered on:11/21/2012
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re: Want to run power to my shop, question regarding the wire - lsuCJ5
you could buy the 125' spool and if it is not enough do a splice inside of a weather proof junction box near your shop. that way you could buy the last amount of wire you need and not have to step up to another spool size then have way too much....
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re: Lake Verret sacalait - lsuCJ5
check the wind forecast. I went Tuesday and they almost had white caps in the main lake....
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re: PSA - Dewalt 20-Volt MAX Lithium-Ion Cordless 9 PIECE Combo Kit for $599 - lsuCJ5
[quote]do they sell a Rigid version - if so, I want that one[/quote] I don't understand the downvotes and the love for dewalt. I have a drill and driver rigid that is going on 4 or 5 years with the original batteries. Once the batteries go out they are covered under their lifetime replacement. Th...
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re: New 9 month old Goldendoodle. - lsuCJ5
mine when was a few months old[img]http://i1274.photobucket.com/albums/y435/lsukevinclsukevinc/Mobile%20Uploads/24472226-C3A0-4E07-AC58-4486AAD896BA_zps7un3lmz2.jpg[/img]...
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re: Why are the Toyota Tundra's sales numbers so terrible? - lsuCJ5
maybe because of the price and fuel consumption compared to other half tons is more? :dunno: ...
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re: New 9 month old Goldendoodle. - lsuCJ5
we have a 9 month old female golden doodle. She is very sweet, but definitely goofy. Oh and yes, the chewing has been horrible. You have to pick up everything. ...
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re: Junk Car - lsuCJ5
donate it. My step dad donated a f150 with a bad transmission and I'm pretty sure them gave him a donation certificate worth $1,000. Like others said it is too much head ache to tow it away or try to sell it for parts....
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re: Sugarcane Farmland Lease Rate? - lsuCJ5
I believe most farmers will give you one quarter of what they maker per acre off of your land. Now, they will make by planting and harvesting sugar cane is the variable....
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re: What if the Cuban/Soviet Missile launch was actually carried out? - lsuCJ5
maybe Obama would have not lifted the travel ban to Cuba....
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re: Super Skeeter Rebuild Thread (Pic Heavy) - lsuCJ5
current skeeter owner checking in. Very cool....
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re: project managers for construction companies in BR - lsuCJ5
[quote]In commercial, they just about call anyone who graduated from college and has been working a couple of years a "project manager" Hey guys, I'm a project manager! I'm in charge of the drywall subcontractor! Uh, no you're not. Makes the rest of us look bad[/quote] this ^^ but in all...
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re: New home construction thread. ANY AND ALL advice/tips/tricks welcomed - lsuCJ5
for starters, id have someone do a compaction test on your soil as someone else mentioned. Second don't go cheap on your exterior doors and windows. the new low e windows can keep a lot of heat out of your house in the summer. And i agree on the extra cables for future automation, etc. Put a 2...
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re: 19k from previous employer 401k - lsuCJ5
does your current employer offer any match to your 401K? if they do, roll it over and add to it their match and what you wish to contribute....
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re: On board charger recommendation - lsuCJ5
I am considering the genius series. I am limited to space so the smaller the better for me....
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re: The Sirius/XM subscription game - lsuCJ5
[quote]I always get the 5 month for $25 deal right off the bat by telling them that is what I want. Never had to do anything else and takes two minutes.[/quote] I've got the same deal right now. 5 months for twenty something bucks out the door....
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re: Center Console Bass Boats - lsuCJ5
after owning a bass boat, my next boat will be a center console............
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re: Spencer Callahan's new downtown BR office will have a helipad - lsuCJ5
[quote]Won't happen until we stop electing so many damn attorneys as state legislators or governor. [/quote] word was vidder was suppose to do something about it but everyone wanted mr honor code instead....
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re: Dads of the OT: How did your daughters change you? - lsuCJ5
[quote]Mother fricking watched Trolls 3 times this past weekend. [/quote]brah that move sucks, my wife just downloaded it for my daughter. I like other OT dad participate in tea parties and fingernail painting. ...
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re: Blown in insulation...DIYers (And Removal of Insulation) - lsuCJ5
[quote]Lowes/Home Depot will let you use the insulation blower for free if you buy XX number of bags of insulation.[/quote] did this at my old house. I think if you buy a minimum of 20 bags they give you the machine. I was in the attic and my neighbor fed the machine. I believe as others stated i...
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re: For those with outdoor kitchens, which appliances/features do you have? - lsuCJ5
just my 2 cents: Hoshizaki is the best ice maker money can buy. Make sure you have more than enough power available for the electrical appliances. A 220v fryer will heat up and recover much quicker than a 110v if you go the electric route. keep in mind it will outdoors so items that are heavier dut...
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