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    Default the start of new shed

    i tried doing a lot myself but no time ,this thing called work got in the way.just wait for them to back file and pour slab :-)
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    Default Re: the start of new shed

    pic 11 is a small rock that need to be removed from the hole
    07 bx 24 polaris 800 sportsman

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    Default Re: the start of new shed

    Quote Originally Posted by lovemytoys View Post
    pic 11 is a small rock that need to be removed from the hole
    Looks like fun, not. It looks like a lot of work, lol. Now watcha gonna do with the big rock?

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    Default Re: the start of new shed

    you want it? i don't know if i can move it with a bx24 lol
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    Default Re: the start of new shed

    You could get good $$$ for that rock down here

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    Default Re: the start of new shed

    Thanks fror the pictures
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    Default Re: the start of new shed

    Best wishes in regards to the final completion.
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    Default Re: the start of new shed

    Very impressive. It sure takes a lot of effort to get a foundation poured there. Thanks for all the pics, I'm looking forward to following your progress!!!

    Eddie

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    Default Re: the start of new shed

    Its sure rocky there! What size and style of a shed, are you building?

    Dave

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    Default Re: the start of new shed

    I would have just broke that lil rock into pieces
    and not let it alter my plans. Easy to do too!
    Not kidding!

    You could go the Feathers and Wedges way;


    Or you could go the easier way w/ Dexpan or similar.
    Start I think at thread #27 and read my input. CLICK HERE

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