Type: Posts; User: airhorse
From a large facility that hosted several of their events.
Recently heard ACTHA was finished.
Tangledweb is correct, about 15K for the trailer. Your biggest issue is going to be the weight on...
Broom finish 4-6", add fiber mesh.
Yep, 4-6 bucks per square foot.
Our Jamco 2+1 has a GVWR 18,500 pounds.
Correct, and something to consider as the bigger units are not that much more these days.
The only caveat is our 20KW will alternate A/C units if needed.
Also check the spec sheet for distance...
We have a Jamco 2+1 (or 3+1) that is 8' wide and 7'6" tall, about 7K empty and puts 2-3K on the hitch.
Problem with the mattock is it sprays it all back on you, ice chips and frozen poop shards. The floor scraper works much better.
We scrape about 1X per week with the FEL.
Above works pretty well for breaking up piles frozen solid to the...
Sounds to me like she would know how to stay safe next to a napping horse.
Maybe a bit intrusive, but probably not that unsafe.
You should be able to get some sort of higher weight rating without the need to keep log books, rest records, and obtaining a medical. I agree, it probably varies by state.
I was flat out told...
Unless you are operating for compensation, you only need a class A license.
That goes under drywall not on top of it, it is a framing product, not a drywall corner for finishing.
This is not a drywall product. All of the box stores should have a similar product.
It's in my last post. Here it is again.
Self drilling screws...
The galvanized angle they stock is a bit thinner than the stuff from ctymfg at about 1/5 the price. We have had no issues with it in stalls and run ins.
This is the...
Most box stores have this stuff. Just look in the section where the metal studs are stocked.
And a nice mohair blanket on top of the 5 Star pad is pure perfection.
Have had all 3, 5 Star is by far the best.
Yes, but I bet you still have water between and under those blocks. I would think that would be a hotbed for mold long term.
Large Jamco 2+1, 2008 F-450.