Liberty Lake county park would be a great option. The first two miles are fairly flat and follow a nice creek. Ignore the haters.
Yah if I had the flange adapter my options are pretty open.
That’s a good idea thanks. Worst case of I messed up that piece I could order another one. It would be nice if a company had a ready made adapter.
Yes that would be part of the scenario also.
Hello, I just got my Genny Go bumper shelf loaded up with my Wen 56380i generator and the exhaust is pointing directly at the back of the trailer in its ideal position. I have found lots of info and videos on Predator exhaust extensions but none on these popular units. This unit doesn’t just have a straight pipe to clamp onto like others. I would like to put a 90 degre turn on it and point it down toward the ground.
Does anyone have info on a kit that would attach here? Thanks in advance for your help.
I think this view is a little limited, there are a lot of people that have healthy enough incomes and interest to support this. Being centrally located in the region is smart also. There are a lot of people moving to our area with deep pockets, like it or not it’s a reality.
There is a structure fire on Forker
I’m having flashbacks from the cruise we took a few years back. The entire trip was a hard sell for this in jewelry form. Big presentations, a store on the ship, and every single port we stopped at had a tanzanite international store you had to walk through to get anywhere. We aren’t jewelry people so we were pretty over it.
It adds a few days to the process depending on how many seal coats you opt for. You will likely need to be out of the house for a few days if the installer uses a Swedish finish. There are some fumes while it is curing overnight but safe after that and a very good finish.
Gotcha, nope just a lowly salesman that wants my customers to have a quality floor. Mohawk hard surfaces isn’t even really a thing in our market. I know they exist but no one uses them.
You could always do a site finished hardwood floor in a narrower width. Your local flooring store should be able to source different species in varying widths for you. I have a distressed solid hardwood in my house and I love it. You just don’t see many people buying it anymore due to lesser stability with humidity/temperature and also the limited looks you can achieve on site. When they are making man made products off of a digital image you can make a floor look however you want.
Good guess but nope, just tired of dealing with claims. They suck for everyone involved.
BTW what is a TM?
Honestly the entire industry is moving away from hardwood so there aren’t as many good choices as there used to be. I would start with Kentwood and Du Chateau. Most companies are putting their development dollars into ridgid core products, I would suggest giving them a look as well.
Take a razor scraper and knock down all the high spots. The typical tolerance for a floating floor is 3/16” in 10 feet. So you will need a large straight edge to put across the area to check for flatness. The pits shouldn’t be a big deal for a floating floor but the flatness is very important.
Don’t walk, run from Shaw hard surface. Quality has been horrendous the past few years. Anderson and Tuftex are Shaw companies. Carpet is great but anything hard surface has been nothing but claims and replacements.
I read this as “Ancient Native Americans were among the worst first coppersmiths”. I need more coffee.
That would get you in the ballpark but there are a lot of variables like prep, tile selection, and labor prices in your market. Where I am, tile installers are pretty much charging whatever they want because the building market is so crazy.
I would say that number probably would not cover any tear out and disposal of your existing flooring. Hopefully this helps.
This looks like Cogsworth from Beauty and the beast doing a breakdancing stance.
I have the 850 touring and a friend has the 570 touring. They both easily handle one and two up in all the situations we have used them. The touring model has a slightly longer wheelbase that actually makes it feel more stable at speed. If you are planning riding two up at all I would highly recommend the touring.
The seats pop off easy and many have made “seat deletes” with storage options when riding alone.
Looks like this is from a double stinger on a power stretcher. Was this area carpet before?