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barn nearly 2/3 down

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soundguy

06-16-2014 06:41:00
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worked untill too dark to safely work yesterday. quit about 8:30pm.

got the tin removed and wood cut off the middle isle, meaning my allis chalmers G is now free. Didn't look dinged.. except the steering tube and wheel, havn't yet checked it with a straight edge to see if it belt the steering shaft or anything. 'looks' ok though..

Maybee monday after work I will have some time to at least start on the last isle. which will be the hardest one as it is still partially standing on one corner, that isle has the 2000 and cub in it.

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Will Gumbert

06-16-2014 12:11:07
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 Re: barn nearly 2/3 down in reply to soundguy, 06-16-2014 06:41:00  

You have some work on your hands. A few years back, a winter storm blew the one side of our barn roof over and pancaked it on the other side. Took 18 old oak rafters with it. I found a section of steel wrapped completely around a neighbor's tree. I used the old loader to pull the sections down and a neighbor and I put up new rafters. I pulled the 27 sheets of steel back up myself. Lot of work and took over a month.
Weather is a fearful thing... All we can do is pray for safety -Will

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soundguy

06-17-2014 14:38:07
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 Re: barn nearly 2/3 down in reply to Will Gumbert, 06-16-2014 12:11:07  
yours was bigger than moine.. but yup. same sorta work.

I used a 950 to help me. :)

24 sheets metal for me. for the large part. I should be able to reuse most if not all of it.

95% of the wood got ruined..

coulda been worse... not complaining



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Ed S. (IL)

06-16-2014 07:24:39
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 Re: barn nearly 2/3 down in reply to soundguy, 06-16-2014 06:41:00  
I feel for you... It took us many weeks to get ours cleaned up...

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soundguy

06-16-2014 08:23:19
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 Re: barn nearly 2/3 down in reply to Ed S. (IL), 06-16-2014 07:24:39  
Going faster than I had planned, but no side wall tin to deal with



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Bruce (VA)

06-16-2014 09:46:43
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 Re: barn nearly 2/3 down in reply to soundguy, 06-16-2014 08:23:19  
And if your barn is anything like mine (and probably Ed's as well) every wall had something hanging on it...tools, parts, etc. So it's a lot of hand work involved. It took me a full day just to sort out all the garden tools plus all the stuff in the loft. And, you now have no where to store that stuff out of the weather except under a tarp.



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soundguy

06-16-2014 11:18:38
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 Re: barn nearly 2/3 down in reply to Bruce (VA), 06-16-2014 09:46:43  
plenty of yard tools and whatnot. some buckets of stuff. some drums and an oil pump.... sheesh. :)



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