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Slow build in South Carolina

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Hi Ya'll,

I am new, been reading for a while getting ideas. Just started today. I got the tank about 6 months ago and just started today.

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This is when I unloaded it and filled it with water, that was in November.

 

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We finally got some time off this weekend and cleaned the yard. I moved the tank into the lean-to.

 

DSC_0041.JPG Marked up for cutting.

 

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I decided to cut the end first. I am planning on a warming box and wanted a flat end. Figured this was the worst cut so I decided to go for it first.

 

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Got the top of one door cut. I am need to go by Tractor Supply and get more cutting blades and I am looking for some 1/2" pipe on the job tomorrow for the hinges.

 

Not sure how fast this is going to go but hopefully I will get going now that I have started.

 

Jeff

 

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Looks like you got a good start on your build, Are you planning a trailer rig?

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Yes planning on a trailer, just haven't gotten that far yet. Looking for what I can find on the inexpensive side.

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