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Today 07:02 AM
Clay T 66 I always walk out of menards with 20 more things than I went in to get
Today 06:06 AM
2004 lj
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Cool. Get a little feeling of accomplishment out of stuff like that.
I like building conveyors and fabbing stuff.
Today 06:01 AM
Clay T 66
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Originally Posted by 2004 lj View Post
Almost all conveyors are made in house. Other machines are special made. And installed by us
Cool. Get a little feeling of accomplishment out of stuff like that.
Today 05:56 AM
2004 lj
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That's pretty cool. Do you guys order parts in and assemble or do you in house some of it?
Almost all conveyors are made in house. Other machines are special made. And installed by us
Today 05:50 AM
Clay T 66
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This one is 16' with a mend plate @ 8' so we can take it apart to move
That's pretty cool. Do you guys order parts in and assemble or do you in house some of it?
Today 05:43 AM
2004 lj
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How big is it?
This one is 16' with a mend plate @ 8' so we can take it apart to move
Today 05:40 AM
Clay T 66
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All aluminum. With high impact wear strip for table top
How big is it?
Today 05:30 AM
2004 lj
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Better than sitting around watching clock tick I suppose.
Makes time go by
Today 05:29 AM
2004 lj All aluminum. With high impact wear strip for table top

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Today 05:28 AM
Clay T 66
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On conveyor #3 and last one. Building a new product line.
Better than sitting around watching clock tick I suppose.
Today 05:26 AM
2004 lj
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Must have a lot of conveying to do. Didn't you just do that a few nights ago?
On conveyor #3 and last one. Building a new product line.
Today 05:19 AM
Clay T 66
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Yes I have. Been building conveyors all night
Must have a lot of conveying to do. Didn't you just do that a few nights ago?
Today 05:17 AM
2004 lj
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You have a pretty "q world night"?
Yes I have. Been building conveyors all night
Today 05:15 AM
Clay T 66
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Morning clay. Your up early
You have a pretty "q world night"?
Today 05:03 AM
Clay T 66
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Morning clay. Your up early
I've been up since 3. When I'm on days I'm usually a pretty early riser, up at 3-4.
Today 04:48 AM
2004 lj
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Morning James, Mike.
Morning clay. Your up early
Today 04:44 AM
Clay T 66 Morning James, Mike.
Today 02:31 AM
2004 lj
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When I worked at Viking production shut down the week between Christmas and New Year. Maintenance had to work.
Same way when I worked in the auto industries. Had new year changeover.
Today 02:26 AM
BoilerMike
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Two days. Maintenance on regular schedule.
When I worked at Viking production shut down the week between Christmas and New Year. Maintenance had to work.
Today 02:19 AM
2004 lj
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Does your plant shut down for Christmas?
Two days. Maintenance on regular schedule.
Today 02:11 AM
BoilerMike
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Morning mike
Does your plant shut down for Christmas?
Today 02:07 AM
2004 lj
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Good morning James
Morning mike
Today 01:41 AM
BoilerMike Good morning James
Today 01:37 AM
2004 lj Did I chase everyone away?
Yesterday 11:58 PM
2004 lj Morning all
Yesterday 11:25 PM
Turbostixxx
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They're both quality springs, that's a tough choice. The reason I went with a MC kit was mostly because of the control arm joints. And I got a pretty good deal.
Same price just about. Currie is a tad bit cheaper through Northridge. like $18 cheaper...
Yesterday 11:22 PM
Melodiii
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You really screwed up. Not a sweater and it's not ugly. I have a feeling you might win the contest though.
I guess that's true. I was thinking of going for a turtle neck with a sweater on top but didn't want to smell like a sweat ball at the end of the night lol.
Yesterday 11:21 PM
Melodiii
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Looks good to me. Evening Mel.
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Mel, that's not that ugly...it's kind of cute
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My jaw just dropped...GORGEOUS!
Thanks guys !! I like tacky things. Lol .. I wanted it to look somewhat cute since I'm going there not knowing anyone pretty much. I don't want to look completely stupid .... I do stupid with close friends haha.
Yesterday 11:14 PM
mckey73
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Hmm..MetalCloak 3.5" springs or Currie 4" springs...
They're both quality springs, that's a tough choice. The reason I went with a MC kit was mostly because of the control arm joints. And I got a pretty good deal.
Yesterday 10:39 PM
Turbostixxx Hmm..MetalCloak 3.5" springs or Currie 4" springs...
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