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Old 06-13-2015, 01:02 PM   #2507
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The best corner base cabinet lazy susan ever. The swing and then pull out so you can see & reach everything.
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Great. Wife Rebecca saw this. Now I have another two projects.

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Old 06-13-2015, 02:52 PM   #2508
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, Sorry Ron couldn't help myself.
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Great. Wife Rebecca saw this. Now I have another two projects.

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Brother you should know better than to let DW look over your shoulder in a remodel/rebuild thread. What were you thinking?
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Great. Wife Rebecca saw this. Now I have another two projects.

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Sorry for your luck Ron. Now the trick is to tie that enhancement in with something you would like to do. I can see it now.

"Yes dear I had to put a super charger on the engine and alcoa wheels to account for the extra weight the lazy susans would add to the unit. And the paint job was so the colors would flow throughout the unit."

Let me know if it works. I have a couple projects I would like to do and if it works for you I will show the lazy susans to Janet.
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Sorry for your luck Ron. Now the trick is to tie that enhancement in with something you would like to do. I can see it now.

"Yes dear I had to put a super charger on the engine and alcoa wheels to account for the extra weight the lazy susans would add to the unit. And the paint job was so the colors would flow throughout the unit."

Let me know if it works. I have a couple projects I would like to do and if it works for you I will show the lazy susans to Janet.
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You guys are laughing with me, right? And it was not my fault wife saw computer screen. It was more like a drive-by.

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Hey Ron, Sorry I brought up the lazy susan, but yes, we are all laughing WITH you!!! But Gordon's answer was too funny!!
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You guys are tooo funny. Terry, tell Eleanor she does great work, you guys will get a lot of use out of that settee.
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Good Afternoon, Couldn't get on this AM, no internet on my end, reset the DSL modem several times and no luck, just tried it again and it worked . Gordon great idea , not sure if it'll work but nothing ventured nothing gained . Ron, we are laughing with you and counting our blessings. Frank, that's the first place my granddaughter or Eleanor sit down. started putting up ceiling panels today, should get two up before my neck and back gives out, standing on a stool bent backwards screwing and stapling is just not good.
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Terry, what are you using to cover the seams in the ceiling panels?

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Good Evening, Hi Ed, What I use on the seams of the ceiling is a 1" strip of luan, Eleanor covers them with the same headliner material then I staple them up, the staples are small so its hard to see them. We got two ceiling panels up today along with some small things. Now I can build the upper cabinets, everything needs to be trimmed and I will put the trim on the seams when I get the panels all up. I need to brush the headliner, it is the type of material that when you touch it, it makes marks until you touch it again and it looks different again. Have a great night all.
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Looking good Terry. Is the garage about done? It won't be long now. Keep up the wonderful work.
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Good Morning, Raining here for the next couple of days, testing if I got my leak fixed. Frank, the garage still needs a few things, the E Track needs to be installed, more storage (cabinets ect.) and the blinds installed on the windows. Need to trim the door and install a catch for the door going into the garage. Lots and lots of little details, when I think of them I write them down so then I make a list of things to do for the day, and check them off. So easy to forget with so much to do. We are ordering the blinds from Home Depot they custom make them to size. Have a great day all.
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Sounds good, You might want to make 2 lists, one with things that have to be done to use the TH, and one that is more finishing touches, but will still be able to use the unit. Just a thought.
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