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Wrong on so many levels

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philip d

11-20-2019 08:17:58




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Haha gottca!!!




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Phil9N3667

11-20-2019 18:34:45




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 Re: Wrong on so many levels in reply to philip d, 11-20-2019 08:17:58  
Nuck, nuck, nuck!!!



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marloweg

11-20-2019 14:32:18




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 Re: Wrong on so many levels in reply to philip d, 11-20-2019 08:17:58  
go to to any Menard's or HD and stack levels on top of each other and all read different some a lot



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db4600

11-20-2019 14:16:47




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 Re: Wrong on so many levels in reply to philip d, 11-20-2019 08:17:58  
This post might get torpedoed!



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Mutt and Jeff

11-20-2019 12:28:25




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 Re: Wrong on so many levels in reply to philip d, 11-20-2019 08:17:58  
Why?



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Centash

11-20-2019 15:00:05




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 Re: Wrong on so many levels in reply to Mutt and Jeff, 11-20-2019 12:28:25  
...because those are torpedo levels...

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DCM

11-20-2019 11:36:56




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 Re: Wrong on so many levels in reply to philip d, 11-20-2019 08:17:58  
Not sure if any of this is on the level.(lol)



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PJH

11-20-2019 11:15:40




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 Re: Wrong on so many levels in reply to philip d, 11-20-2019 08:17:58  
Good one!!



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Russ from MN

11-20-2019 11:04:13




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 Re: Wrong on so many levels in reply to philip d, 11-20-2019 08:17:58  
Just turn them around and average the reading!



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Centash

11-20-2019 10:18:13




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 Re: Wrong on so many levels in reply to philip d, 11-20-2019 08:17:58  
2 wrongs make a right, so 5 make.....?

Ben



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Steve@Advance

11-20-2019 10:15:20




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 Re: Wrong on so many levels in reply to philip d, 11-20-2019 08:17:58  
I took a level back to Lowes once, a 4' aluminum, not a cheap one.

It was off about 3/8" over the length.

Next time I was there, it was right back on the shelf.



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coshoo

11-20-2019 11:01:49




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 Re: Wrong on so many levels in reply to Steve@Advance, 11-20-2019 10:15:20  
That one would be real close to correct for running grade on septic drain field.



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Janicholson

11-20-2019 09:11:29




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 Re: Wrong on so many levels in reply to philip d, 11-20-2019 08:17:58  
It takes a Square to be right Jim



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JMOR

11-20-2019 08:54:58




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It will average out.



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