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Old 07-18-2008, 03:32 PM   #71
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Outstanding!!! Any problems with the plastic can backing up the taps or the drip tray bending?
No problems with keeping it rigid (that's what she said) using the wood facia boards. Both the tap board and the drip tray are solid as a rock.

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Looks good! Did you decide to forgo any plastic liner?
No..I'll still use two construction grade bags to line inside the insulation. I want to keep the foam board from resting in water. Once the party is over...or when I need to drain some melted ice...I'll punch a hole in the plastic bag and open the drain.


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Old 07-18-2008, 03:45 PM   #72
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Dude, when you roll that to the other end of the basement for the party, it's going to rock.

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Old 07-18-2008, 04:03 PM   #73
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Dude, when you roll that to the other end of the basement for the party, it's going to rock.
It's actually going out in the back yard under a huge shade tree. I'll set it up and ice her down 24 hours prior and toss a white sheet over to reduce sun exposure. I won't hook up the gas and beer lines until I arrive.

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I'm truely impressed with this idea, looks great man!
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Old 07-18-2008, 04:33 PM   #75
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Well done! Parts list? Total cost?
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Awesome work, that thing looks really cool. Very creative too. As soon as I find an excuse to steal the idea, I totally will.
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VERY NICE work, man! Major A+ props to you! Thanks for continuing to be an example and an inspiration to all of us!
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Well done indeed!
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You know, I'm wondering if a new neighbor moved in, and there is some part of BM trying to impress him or something
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Or HER! His wife's gone, right?


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