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Old 11-24-2017, 02:49 PM   #11
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I make like 82 bucks an hour to pipe inwall water. This is just peachy for me through the winter.
****ing love it bro. **** without guys like you I would not have a job! Dare I ask.....



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Old 11-24-2017, 06:15 PM   #12
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You wouldn't have a job?
Yah bro I do service. Haven't done construction in over ten years! Somebody's gotta service and maintain all that pipe

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The inwall ain't fancy and it ain't all clean.
Why not, tight schedule? Is any of it prefabbed?
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The inwall ain't fancy and it ain't all clean.
Why not, tight schedule? Is any of it prefabbed?
The shower and tub valves are tabbed at the shop. Things are looking a little tighter now. We pulled off last week to let the carpenter's get ahead.
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Hey Flyout!!!! No glue sniffing pipes on the job??

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The shower and tub valves are tabbed at the shop. Things are looking a little tighter now. We pulled off last week to let the carpenter's get ahead.
Just looking at the first picture made me think of how long itís been since I did a repipe in all copper.... my best guess is Ď08 or Ď09?
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Love the Morning wood picture!
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Love the Morning wood picture!

you need to change your location to trollsville.....
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