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Old 05-22-2006, 05:54 PM   #1
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Q-Bana Update

Well here are the results of this last weeks work on the Q-Bana. Next up is moving the pit down there. Anyone got a horizontal skyhook I can borrow?




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Old 05-22-2006, 06:01 PM   #2
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Zilla, add a ramp, kegerator and a ceiling fan and I'll be over!!! That looks great! =D>
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Larry, You name the day and it's done. You would love San Antonio.
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Zilla that looks awesome =D>
I wish I could build that in my backyard =D>
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Zilla that looks awesome =D>
I wish I could build that in my backyard =D>
Your gonna have to move the trailer! #-o
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Just put some shrubs around the slab and you'll be set. 8-[
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Yea it's going to take some time to finish out the details. I may go with a prickly pear patch on the sides for authenticity! Still have to get the water and power down there too.
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That looks great Zilla, it's crying out for a small bar though.
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That looks great Zilla, it's crying out for a small bar though.
Small? 8-[
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Yea it's going to take some time to finish out the details. I may go with a prickly pear patch on the sides for authenticity! Still have to get the water and power down there too.
I'll be down when the fruit is ripe!
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Zilla, the wife saw the pic of your Q-bana (that just sounds wrong in this statement) and she thought it looked pretty good. I mentioned one similar in the back yard and she didn't say "no". If you knew my wife, you would feel pretty good about that.
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Zilla that looks awesome =D>
I wish I could build that in my backyard =D>
Your gonna have to move the trailer! #-o
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Zilla, a bar would finish her off nice
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That looks great. I agree with the bar thing.
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Freaking Sweet!
Is there gunna be any steps leading up to it? I could see myself (after a couple alkiehauls) twisting my ankle on a step off that.
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Yep, it would be a lot nicer in my back yard. I only have trains in my back yard .
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