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I received and installed (thanks to Ultrapile) my Artillian forks today (took 1/2 day off) . Now I can't wait to play (work) with them this weekend . Hope everyone is safe and staying warm .:laugh::cold:
 

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I received and installed (thanks to Ultrapile) my Artillian forks today (took 1/2 day off) . Now I can't wait to play (work) with them this weekend . Hope everyone is safe and staying warm .:laugh::cold:
TWINS, at that! They are just "forking" adorable, lol. :laugh: :thumbup1gif:
 

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I received and installed (thanks to Ultrapile) my Artillian forks today (took 1/2 day off) . Now I can't wait to play (work) with them this weekend . Hope everyone is safe and staying warm .:laugh::cold:
Congradulations! BTW I like the screen you put in front of your grill. I need to do that. I poked a hole in my grill when I was knocking back brush. So just a few U bolts? Where did you get the grid metal?
 

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So just a few U bolts? Where did you get the grid metal?
The expanded metal is usually pretty easy to find. Lowe's and Home Depot both carry it in 3'x3' panels and many larger hardware stores (i.e. Ace, etc...) will carry it too.
 

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Congradulations! BTW I like the screen you put in front of your grill. I need to do that. I poked a hole in my grill when I was knocking back brush. So just a few U bolts? Where did you get the grid metal?
The expanded metal I had laying around , it's not hard to find . The clamps are 1 1/4" rubber insulated conduit clamps which I found on ebay . The "grill" has already saved my grill several times as I have been cutting and pushing yaupon .
 

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You're the first person I've seen that has his tractor parked on a 'carpet' of Race-Deck or Kiwi-Tile. :thumbup1gif:

I use Race-Deck 'coin dot' tiles as a chair mat in my carpeted computer room.
 

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You're the first person I've seen that has his tractor parked on a 'carpet' of Race-Deck or Kiwi-Tile. :thumbup1gif:

I use Race-Deck 'coin dot' tiles as a chair mat in my carpeted computer room.
I sort of like the Race-Deck stuff.
 

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I have the "Swisstrax" tile on my work side of my shop . I like it , not as permanent as epoxy and I can change the pattern anytime .:greencart:
 

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romcjr, you really need to clean that place.:laugh:

That is a very nice shop.
 

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romcjr, you really need to clean that place.:laugh:

That is a very nice shop.
Thank you sir ! That pic was when it was still new , about five yrs. ago . The floor has held up very well . My dodge 2500 4x4 cummins stays parked on it and it holds it up with no problem . :kidw_truck_smiley:
 

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Giz: That Race-Deck stuff makes for a great chair mat in my computer room. I probably would have gone with the Kiwi-Tile; but it was metric and didn't fit my space as well.
Pretty much the same stuff I would imagine. We were all set to order enough to do our basement work area and then figured we had been 25 years without it and didn't really need to spend the money.
 
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