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    This is 1 1/2" 11ga. sq. tube, 1" 14 ga. sq. tube and 3" x 3" x 3/16" angle, (for mounting rails).
    Add a few bent rods for tie-downs and a removable rail (laying in a sawhorse on the left) across the back for loading tall stuff in the vehicle. I made it to fit a Ford Ranger.
    Also, you will notice in the picture an awning that goes around my entire house, made from galvanized fence toprail.

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    Looks good. How much snow can that awning take? Just kidding. What part of SD do you live? I used to live in Lakeside and Ramona.

    Last edited by Mike; 09-08-2002, 09:43 PM.
    Mike

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    • #3
      Originally posted by Mike
      Looks good. How much snow can that awning take? Just kidding. What part of SD do you live? I used to live in Lakeside and Ramona.

      I live in the Encanto/Lemon Grove area

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      • #4
        Hey Rocky (Concerning Lumber rack)

        Rocky D:
        Please tell me..That lumber rack....What process was used in making that?
        I am just currious thats all. I mean...Look at it. I really dont mean to "Dramatize" but **** Rocky! It looks so D**M good!
        You know...I love this site with this new BBS service. I can see what the masters make and how good they look.
        Keep up the good work
        Tim

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        • #5
          Re: Hey Rocky (Concerning Lumber rack)

          Originally posted by Tim
          Rocky D:
          Please tell me..That lumber rack....What process was used in making that?

          Tim
          I used my HH90 MIG welder for all of it.

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