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Old 04-29-2006, 08:54 PM   #1
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moving right along

Made it to the next phase on my Q-Bana should be done in two weeks or so.



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Old 04-29-2006, 09:08 PM   #2
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Good stuff. What kind of roof are you going to put on it?
Is it for eating or cooking under?
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That is one thick slab of concrete there
Good for retaining heat, my guess is the whole thing is gonna' be a cooker
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That is going to be my BBQ shack. The slab is actually a 6" thick shell reinforced with rebar. The center is bagged base material.
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Old 04-30-2006, 07:26 AM   #5
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It's been a while since you poured the base ~ I thought you might have given up on the idea. Glad to see things are moving along. It looks good!
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Hey zilla, is that slab poured out of square? The post in the right rear sits on top of the slab, and the one in the right front looks like its on the outside edge. Optical illusion?
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Hey zilla, is that slab poured out of square? The post in the right rear sits on top of the slab, and the one in the right front looks like its on the outside edge. Optical illusion?
Nick, I noticed that too. I think they're IN each corner.
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Originally Posted by "Nick Prochilo":fxzo9kvt
Hey zilla, is that slab poured out of square? The post in the right rear sits on top of the slab, and the one in the right front looks like its on the outside edge. Optical illusion?
Nick, I noticed that too. I think they're IN each corner.[/quote:fxzo9kvt]

I think your right.
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You guys are very observant. The two rear posts were set into the concrete the width of a 2x4 because they were not buried as deep in the ground as the front posts are. The ground in my back yard has huge chunks of limestone about 6" under the top soil so he couldn't dig deeper with out bringing in some machinery. The guy that poured the slab and set the posts decided to do it like that. I was hog hunting at the time and didn't see it until I got home. Aside from getting the frame square it didn't cause any difficulty.
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You guys are very observant. The two rear posts were set into the concrete the width of a 2x4 because they were not buried as deep in the ground as the front posts are. The ground in my back yard has huge chunks of limestone about 6" under the top soil so he couldn't dig deeper with out bringing in some machinery. The guy that poured the slab and set the posts decided to do it like that. I was hog hunting at the time and didn't see it until I got home. Aside from getting the frame square it didn't cause any difficulty.
Unfortunatly this is what I do for a living.
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