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Old 03-27-2011, 07:20 PM   #11
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chop saw or a mitre saw as iam canadian but thats great that he is willing to help just remember to pay attention and soak in the knowledge then next time you can just borrow the tools lol
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Good to here that someone will help ya. Try drawing some pictures or getting photos of the stand you want. That will help you explain the build and will avoid any confusion. Oh and offer to pay if he/you uses any of his material including sandpaper/lumber/screws. If it’s not a big deal he will turn it down but he will think it very nice that you offered.
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chop saw or a mitre saw as iam canadian but thats great that he is willing to help just remember to pay attention and soak in the knowledge then next time you can just borrow the tools lol
Yeah that's what I'm hoping!
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Good to here that someone will help ya. Try drawing some pictures or getting photos of the stand you want. That will help you explain the build and will avoid any confusion. Oh and offer to pay if he/you uses any of his material including sandpaper/lumber/screws. If it’s not a big deal he will turn it down but he will think it very nice that you offered.
Yes that's what I plan to do. His son and I have been very close friends since we were little. I even have a toothbrush at his house!
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And finished up.
The bottom tank is where I grow brine shrimp.
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