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Old 06-10-2016, 09:31 AM   #15
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Did about the same as others 2x6, NS EW with exterior ply wood on each side then epoxy gray paint I had around, the on an edge brass handles from a remodel.

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Nothing like using materials on hand.
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Newbie here. Are the pads you are building, to compensate for length issues, or just to have a seat for the jack feet?
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Newbie here. Are the pads you are building, to compensate for length issues, or just to have a seat for the jack feet?
For times like this. It was my 1st outing with the pads and they performed like I wanted.
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