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post #61 of 71

Looking real good Dawg! How'd the birds turn out?  th_What_NO_QVIEW.gif
 

post #62 of 71
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Just happen to have a pic.
post #63 of 71
No worries bro. I worked all day today trying. To get my oxen out of the ditch! Lol
post #64 of 71
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we have fenders and completion!!!!! even a good to be the Dawg sticker.

 

well worth the wait and the planning. thanks again to all SMF for the help.

 

my next photo will be of it sitting at Memphis in May 2014!!!!!

post #65 of 71

Dawg, It's time to enjoy the smoker....  Great build.....  Dave

post #66 of 71

Great looking build!!!

post #67 of 71
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ok, noticed a type-o.  Next pic will be Memphis in May 2013!!!! in fact, we set up today and will be here all week.

 

way to good to be the Dawg.

post #68 of 71

what size trailer is that? How easy.hard is it to move by hand?

post #69 of 71

Did you post a thread of your MIM exploits? 

Jeff

post #70 of 71
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5' x 8' trailer, thought it might be hard to move also, but was quite surprised how mobile it was with just me at the helm.

post #71 of 71

Nice build, question I notice that there is space between you RF plate and the FB. Looks like about 3-4 inches. What did you do with that space?  do you have a pic that shows what area looks like?

 

I am on my first build and I was thinking just weld the RF plate to the FB, any advice would be appreciated.
 

mkie

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