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    To aid in my home/shop cleanup project...


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    Interesting well at least you making chips???????????????
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    I don't get it. Is this some kind of riddle?

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    Actually, corner pieces for my utility trailer walls. I was testing the pics and then realized how late it was, so.....

    More later today.

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    It started out as a real good riddle!
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    Just some scrap cedar I got from the lumber yard... small cuts from a stair rail they mold, and some other pieces.

    Here's the rest of the "kit"...


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    Oh. That clears it up.

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    Greg, you are going to have to work better at Shaz-inating your threads!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Greg Cook View Post
    Actually, corner pieces for my utility trailer walls. I was testing the pics and then realized how late it was, so.....

    More later today.
    Now you see, I thought maybe a little bit of Shaz' whimsical knack for the intriguing post had rubbed off on ya. I was all set for a progressive-post story. Now I feel disappointed. Oh well, at least the theater in my mind is still playing re-runs

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ed Nelson
    Greg, you are going to have to work better at Shaz-inating your threads!

    Nah, you can never dream of doing justice to the mastery of mystery and intrigue, as practiced by "The Shaz"......

    Weather has been weird here, so I have to adjust my jobs, inside and out, as the weather permits/prohibits. Sometimes that also means working late and posting when I can.

    Anyway, on the to the "project"

    I have a utility trailer that I use to haul junk to the transfer station in the next town. It holds about 900 lbs, loads easily, tows like a dream and is a real tool in cleaning and organizing....once you get the junk sorted, boxed/bagged and hauled to the drive...

    I bought the trailer as a kit, bolted it together, and added a floor and sides. I cover the top with a tarp to keep the weather off the contents, but also to keep stuff from flying out while in route. The problem is the corners of the sides are sharp and cut through the plastic tarp I had. I had another plastic tarp to put on, so I decided to make some rounded corner/end pieces to keep the tarp from ripping, or ripping so soon.

    This is what I want to avoid....

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    The corner caps, and edge stick in place on the front of the trailer.

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    The end caps at the back of the trailer.

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    The tarp on the trailer. I had to rush tie it down, as you can see....it started snowing! Well at least the trailer is covered, and I can start putting more junk from the house/garage and shop cleaning/organizing.

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    Thanks for looking.
    Last edited by Greg Cook; 09-13-2009 at 03:46 AM.

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