Thanks Troy! Hearing things like this help motivate me!Dylan, this is one of the best "play by play" build threads I've seen in a while. LOVE the fact that you waited to post the start so we don't lose interest or forget about it. You've done a great job on the presentation.
Now...as for the manual labor: Dang son!! What an overwhelming task! Many would have chalked it up as a very bad investment, gone back to the owner and pitched a hissy. Instead, you put on your big girl panties and busted ass.
Thanks Phillip. I didnt have the know how either. I've been learning how, and figuring it out this entire time.Yeah I don’t have the time, resources, or know how to fix that so I’d be pretty sore and out for my money. Glad you can fix it, and following this is super interesting.
It will be better than factory when you’re done. Amazing how cheaply they slap them things together and send them out for sale.
Yeah man. If you're serious, I'll take you up on it. Shoot me your number and we'll keep in touch. Not 100% sure yet, but hoping to park it in @WARRIORWELDING shop for a few days for roofing, before too long.If you need help with the roof holler at me. Ive been known to lay some tpo and epdm