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SOCALCRICKETT

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do not buy from jk wheels. Terrible customer service and garbage billet. They don’t use Alcoa’s they start with junk China aluminum and it shows.

if you’re gonna get wheels I recommend wheels a million in Florida. That’s where I got mine from. All real Alcoa’s.

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Or if you want something reeeeally nice and custom there’s JTX forged. They make amaaaazing sets of wheels.

are you tossing my/your old 19.5s on it? I texted you a long time ago it seems you left half the lug nuts at my place. I kept em in case you ever came back around.
I wish I could run the American force wheels but they are a different lug pattern. I ended up putting them on my dad's class c motorhome.


Lol, I was wondering about those, thought I lost them in the shop. If you still have them I'll have to come grab them sometime when I'm in the area.

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HNL2LHC

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Nice, do those supports come out later or stay in the concrete?
It is a basement I hand dug out under our house. The supports held up the house. Once the floor poured I moved the posts inward so the walls could be built and framed under the house. Here is an images of it completed except for the flooring which I want to have epoxied.

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It is a basement I hand dug out under our house. The supports held up the house. Once the floor poured I moved the posts inward so the walls could be built and framed under the house. Here is an images of it completed except for the flooring which I want to have epoxied.
Holy Shit! - that is an IMPRESSIVE DIY project.
Good Job.
 

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Holy Shit! - that is an IMPRESSIVE DIY project.
Good Job.

Thanks it was a huge undertaking but well worth it. I will try to pull up some of the beginning images and the ramps that I used to pull the dirt out with a wheel barrow. Oh to be young again.....
 

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It is a basement I hand dug out under our house. The supports held up the house. Once the floor poured I moved the posts inward so the walls could be built and framed under the house. Here is an images of it completed except for the flooring which I want to have epoxied.

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Hmmm. Someone else who joined the "hand dug basement under the house club".
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Thats HOT.... I had no idea my money was getting such cool stuff. Love that. I could use one to contain some of the Bitchezzz on occasion.
I need to find time to polish the aluminum, lol. $600k new and the only one like it in the world.
The ramp on the back allows our robots to carry up IED’s to the “ball” on the back to counter charge fully remote.
 

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I need to find time to polish the aluminum, lol. $600k new and the only one like it in the world.
The ramp on the back allows our robots to carry up IED’s to the “ball” on the back to counter charge fully remote.
Love it when you talk that talk; "counter charge" shit I go to feeling like a kid again. Polish her up.... she's a looker.
 

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A double mat and what's with the detail bends at the laps and the curb board?

I assume you are talking about this area.....

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If so that is the bathroom area where we held the concrete 3” lower so that we came back and sloped it to the drain. If not this area what are you talking about?

Here is the shower floor. We wanted a curb less shower. It is hard to get a good picture since the room is fairly small.

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Meet our new 10 week old foster, Buck! I think he's a mix of shepard and golden retriever, or so we've been told. He is totally warming up to the family and our almost 3 yr old lab. I have a feeling he could be staying with us for a long time once he becomes adoptable!!


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It is a basement I hand dug out under our house. The supports held up the house. Once the floor poured I moved the posts inward so the walls could be built and framed under the house. Here is an images of it completed except for the flooring which I want to have epoxied.

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That is an awesome room...love the INO sign!!!
 

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