Dads new bunker.

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Dads new bunker.

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The yard will have excellent tank playground. Btw I am dad. The 2 year olds first word is tank. #5 is due in July!

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Very nice!

Is #5 a child...or the fifth tank? Or is there little difference?

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neil graham wrote:
Mon Feb 19, 2024 4:01 am
Very nice!

Is #5 a child...or the fifth tank? Or is there little difference?
I wish I knew what was due in July from Armortek…

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Of other interest, is the wings on the floor in the right side of the garage. Please, do tell us more?
May all go well with number 5!

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Of other interest, is the wings on the floor in the right side of the garage.
Looks like FW-190 8)

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Progress on my shop…

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Thats nice....the only thing missing is a bed.

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Started organizing

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That's bigger than my entire garden (yard) !

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Hi Guys, I'm have been spending time getting items mounted on the wall today. The space on the wall is getting filled Friday with a Leopard kit!


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Brian, which sized Husky tables are those (length)? Any issues with them cranking up or down with a Tiger on them. I’m probably going to get at least one for my shop. I appreciate your input. Sweet set up by the way... :D

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Hi Damon, thanks for asking. Those are two sizes. I forget exactly what length it is but the one on the left is in 50-60” range and the smaller one with the Panther is 40”ish. Bigger is better if you have the space. Can fit LOTS of tools and pieces in the huge drawers too. The crank is only a little stiff with a model on the table but not too hard as long as you are not constantly adjusting it you should be ok. I have 6 of the tables. I’m a big fan.

Damon Resch wrote:
Fri May 10, 2024 7:18 pm
Brian, which sized Husky tables are those (length)? Any issues with them cranking up or down with a Tiger on them. I’m probably going to get at least one for my shop. I appreciate your input. Sweet set up by the way... :D

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