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    Random stuff you made.

    We need to resurrect the Random stuff you made thread from Pirate. That was one of my favorite threads over there to see what other people have been working on. I'll start with the last thing I made that was worthy of posting up. I'm sure you already saw it over there, but I don't want to start a thread like this without adding something of my own to the first post! I weighed it with a crane scale when it was all done and with the tailgate it weighs in at 206lbs.

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    Yes! I loved that thread.

    Made this for my neighbor a few days ago, from some pieces laying around, a stand for his buffing wheel. Simple, but it works. It's stable enough on it's own, but we'll probably try to fill the tire with water once we move it over to his place.

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    And I was tired of digging around in my drawer of zip ties, so I made a holder for them. Made it out of PVC poop pipe, it's plenty light enough to grab with 1 hand and move it around.

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    Last edited by dnsfailure; 05-21-2020, 11:12 AM.
    - Buck

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        #4
        Did you have a date last night?

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          #5
          Built a tank for the rear of my crewcab. When it was longbed I used a suburban tank, but now its shortbed, and has the 4" exhaust for the cummins in the way, so had to make a custom size. not perfect by any means but should hold another 30 gal. If you think you're a welder, try building a tank! had to grind and reweld everywhere and hope I got them all.

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            #6
            Originally posted by Firstram View Post

            Did you have a date last night?
            hookers, can't live with em ya know? It's actually my business now. I build special effects, animatronics, and sets for haunted houses & movies.

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              #7
              Not random but did sidejob and requested this made as license plate.

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                  #9
                  Cherry table I built for my sister

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                    #10
                    Viair 400 compressor, computer exhaust fan, inflater, 15' power cord, and 25' air hose all fit in a .556 ammo can. Click image for larger version  Name:	20160911_114217.jpg Views:	0 Size:	54.2 KB ID:	5226 Click image for larger version  Name:	20160911_114231.jpg Views:	0 Size:	55.0 KB ID:	5227 Click image for larger version  Name:	20160911_114245.jpg Views:	0 Size:	72.1 KB ID:	5228
                    RIP PBB

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                      #11
                      Originally posted by canadasucks View Post

                      hookers, can't live with em ya know? It's actually my business now. I build special effects, animatronics, and sets for haunted houses & movies.
                      I got in the film biz on Firestarter, fresh out of high school. I hate/love dropping by the MUFX shop, cover that shit up! When we get back to work things sure are going to be very different. I'm told Catering will be prepared off site and served prepackaged, Crafty will also handle Covid Coordination. I hope you work in one of the big shops where it's all sunglasses and blowjobs like it used to be!

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                        #12
                        That looks like a 50 cal can.

                        Or actually whats called a fat 50 can, in the gun show circus.


                        I worked in Gower Gulch area of Hollywood Calif when it even existed.

                        Crawling around in the sound stage rafters.

                        Originally posted by Roc Doc View Post
                        Viair 400 compressor, computer exhaust fan, inflater, 15' power cord, and 25' air hose all fit in a .556 ammo can. Click image for larger version Name:	20160911_114217.jpg Views:	0 Size:	54.2 KB ID:	5226 Click image for larger version Name:	20160911_114231.jpg Views:	0 Size:	55.0 KB ID:	5227 Click image for larger version Name:	20160911_114245.jpg Views:	0 Size:	72.1 KB ID:	5228
                        Last edited by PAE; 05-21-2020, 04:57 PM.

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                          #13
                          Built a fire pit out of an old semi truck wheel.

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                            #14
                            Built this about ten years ago.
                            Works great to this day.

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                              #15
                              thats pretty cool.

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