Salvaging some PT lumber
#18
  Re: Salvaging some PT lumber by Phil S. (The ocean gifted me ...)
Staple a note to it and push it back into the water....
Steve

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#19
  Re: Salvaging some PT lumber by Phil S. (The ocean gifted me ...)
I'm leaning you way, Steve. Smirk
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#20
  Re: RE: Salvaging some PT lumber by Phil S. (I'm leaning you way,...)
(01-03-2021, 04:38 PM)Phil S. Wrote: I'm leaning you way, Steve. Smirk

Laugh Laugh Laugh

I'm a true dumpster diver........but there comes a time when............yea. Laugh
Steve

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The Revos apparently are designed to clamp railroad ties and pull together horrifically prepared joints
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#21
  Re: Salvaging some PT lumber by Phil S. (The ocean gifted me ...)
I haven't been able to guess what the purpose of this thing is.  Six planks nailed across four more.  The ends aren't even and the boards aren't square where they cross.  A screw type ground anchor is tied to a staple on one corner with a doubled 3/8" line with about 2' of slack from the staple to the anchor.  I don't see where anything else was fastened to it.  Whatever it is, it looks like it was banged together in a hurry, but made to last. Confused
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  Re: RE: Salvaging some PT lumber by Phil S. (I haven't been able ...)
(01-03-2021, 05:33 PM)Phil S. Wrote: Laugh I haven't been able to guess what the purpose of this thing is.  Six planks nailed across four more.  The ends aren't even and the boards aren't square where they cross.  A screw type ground anchor is tied to a staple on one corner with a doubled 3/8" line with about 2' of slack from the staple to the anchor.  I don't see where anything else was fastened to it.  Whatever it is, it looks like it was banged together in a hurry, but made to last.

Did It come with a deflated Wilson Soccer ball  and a bloody hand print on the front Laugh
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(01-03-2021, 09:07 PM)Woodshop Wrote: Did It come with a deflated Wilson Soccer ball  and a bloody hand print on the front Laugh

Laugh Laugh Laugh Laugh Laugh
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  Re: RE: Salvaging some PT lumber by Woodshop ([quote='Phil S.' pid...)
(01-03-2021, 09:07 PM)Woodshop Wrote: Did It come with a deflated Wilson Soccer ball  and a bloody hand print on the front Laugh

You beat me to it!
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