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Discussion in 'Construction' started by Marshy, Sep 4, 2018.

  1. Marshy

    Marshy WFO Cutting

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    So I found a guy giving away 14" x 12' sonotubes and snatched up 17 or them. I'm making another run tomorrow for 17 more. If he let's me I will even do a third load.
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    Here is a good video of a guy using the perma column wet set brackets on top of the sonotubes. You can skip to the third video and see how he lifts a entire wall with a skid steer and special pole. The first two are prep and pouring the columns then prefabbing the walls.



     
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    junkman Crush it

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    I recently found his channel also,he does nice work, study his vids ,squaring the building he has goodtips ,i i made a stinger like he had with a 12 foot 4x6 with a eye hook on the end ,works real good when standing beams alone. I used 6x12 and 10 x10 beams i milled ,so structure was more or less free minus my time,think i had a couple Grand into roof 2x6 board's plywood sheeting and arch comp roofing ,if have some trees you can frame it pretty cheap.
     
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    Marshy WFO Cutting

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    Picked up another load and managed to fit 23 on for an even 40 tubes.
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    Dustin4185 Pinnacle OPE Member

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    Are you referring to a coil/sheet door or slat door? The slat doors are heavy duty and work well .The sheet doors are like what storage units use. I have overheads on my Morton, but slat doors on the shop. They are mounted backwards so I could keep all my height.
     
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    Was referring to the "coil/sheet" door. The storage unit doors, are on a lot of the metal buildings I see built cheap around here. One guy I know personally, had some company throw up one of those buildings for pretty cheap. He ended up replacing the doors after.
     
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    Those are definitely sheety doors! I have one on a seed storage room because it was given to me. It hangs up all the time.
     
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    Fresch Well-Known OPE Member

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    Keep them dry Marshy, nice score on the tubes.
    Getting 50+ mph winds next 2-3 days!
     
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