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Old 09-01-2015, 12:14 PM   #15
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Not quite sure why you think I can't afford to build these ramps?
I printed your comments and the fellows who work for me got a real laugh. Hope its not because of my 1998 Triple E.

My AME is always looking for projects as looking after my aircraft is a bit boring at times. He has some good ideas about making them lighter but equally strong.
He is going to make them in his spare time.

That was quite a book you wrote. You should get it published.
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Not quite sure why you think I can't afford to build these ramps?
I printed your comments and the fellows who work for me got a real laugh. Hope its not because of my 1998 Triple E.

My AME is always looking for projects as looking after my aircraft is a bit boring at times. He has some good ideas about making them lighter but equally strong.
He is going to make them in his spare time.

That was quite a book you wrote. You should get it published.
narampa,
It wasn't that I thought you "couldn't" afford to build them, the point I was making was that, since you stated you'd only want TWO OF THEM, than spending almost $60.00 for a sheet of that specialty plywood MIGHT be a bit more than most RV folks would want to spend, just for two ramps. And, since I had no idea of your capabilities in wood working or, fabrication in general, THAT'S why I was elaborate on how they were cut, sizes, dimensions, prep for coats of varnish, thoughts on why things were done etc.

I guess some folks have a hard time reading.
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It wasn't that I thought you "couldn't" afford to build them, the point I was making was that, since you stated you'd only want TWO OF THEM, than spending almost $60.00 for a sheet of that specialty plywood MIGHT be a bit more than most RV folks would want to spend, just for two ramps. And, since I had no idea of your capabilities in wood working or, fabrication in general, THAT'S why I was elaborate on how they were cut, sizes, dimensions, prep for coats of varnish, thoughts on why things were done etc.

I guess some folks have a hard time reading.
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Scott
I apologize. Your right some people like me included cant read. I see that you were refering the most expensive part being the plywood.
I asked for advice and than jumped to conclusions.
Please except my apology.
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