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Old 09-21-2014, 10:40 AM   #11
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looks like a great place to process attic kill
Yessir.......mystery meat fer the PFF tie cutting ceremony!!!

Looks good Jeff, I just moved my tractor/deer skinning rack to make way fer my pole barn that I'm having built next week fer my camper and have to start on my new skinning area too!
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Old 09-21-2014, 11:04 AM   #12
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Have you thought about renting it out?
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Have you thought about renting it out?
lol. No, but I built it with the idea that if someone needs some help, I could lend a hand.
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Old 09-21-2014, 03:43 PM   #14
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I like my way better. Say I'm going to build one all year long and when deer season rolls around I find myself dragging an extention cord over for some light to the same ole rack that has been needing a new screw placed on it for 7 years. The stand in the cold, wind and rain while cleaning deer.
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Dood? Does the water just fall out of the sink on to the floor and then into that floor drain?? That's not gonna work! Sent from my iPhone using Forum Runner
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I gotta see how the floor and drain system work? Looks like a concrete slab?? Looks good
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Outside, I usually use your way. I just got a lucky streak and took advantage of the momentum to finish it. Tryin, the drain is on the punch list. I am considering installing a garbage disposal so I can make chum with the fish extras. Anyone have one laying around? Jaster, It is 1" ply with a 1x4 in the corners to make a slope. Then covered the whole floor and bottom walls with linoleum. I have drains in 2 corners (drains to the ground) and the whole shed is built at a slant of a few inches so everything drains to the corner with the sink. I meant to do it that way...sort of.
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Gotcha. Well I can give you some cheap pointers if you find your self needing a small tank and drainfield!! Did my washer drain.... ended up putting shower drain in it too. Worked awesome and less than $100 in it!!!
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Well it looks nice, warm and dry. Good job
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