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Old 09-14-2012, 07:03 AM
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I had to get some more supplies. Here is a pic. i was really tired after loading all of that stuff.
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Old 09-14-2012, 10:20 AM
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Hey Tracy (or anyone) -
Where does one find ladder wire? I have a ~4.5" section of concrete that will be behind my BBQ that I would like to reinforce. I don't think I have seen ladder wire at the ol' HD

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Old 09-14-2012, 10:23 AM
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Search for masonry supplies or concrete block supplies. It is called horizontal reinforcing wire and is available in ladder and truss, mill galv and HDG. You want HDG.
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MAybe the Hot nekkid chicks would hold it up for me!Wishing.
They look hot and nekkid but not very strong.

Sorry about the delayed response but I just saw this...

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Old 09-14-2012, 11:18 AM
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I had to get some more supplies. Here is a pic. i was really tired after loading all of that stuff.
LOL!!! Reminds me of the picture in the local paper of some (drunk?) guys who managed to 'migrate' a giant roll of sheet copper off a big rig onto their small pickup in the middle of the night. The truck frame broke in half with both ends of the truck pointing up!
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Lucky that copper didn't roll on the thieves! Well maybe it should have on second thought. These thieves should be sentenced to build pizza ovens for 10 years. That would be punishment.
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Hilarious!!!
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They look hot and nekkid but not very strong.

Sorry about the delayed response but I just saw this...

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yea, probably the only hot nekkid chix at Texman's bar i would ever get.
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Old 09-17-2012, 07:28 AM
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Flooring material for outdoor kitchen?
When you apply a flooring veneer(flagstone, tile, slate, etc.) to the outdoor slab, how do you prevent freezing damage? Even sealed and waterproofed it seems like water from melting ice and snow would work its way into the layer between the stones and underneath into the bonding material and cause cracking and spawling. I have seen it done, but what is the trick?
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Tex,

I started a concrete counter thread and I want to add your experience with the mile long concrete bar to the thread. What you think.
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