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11 minutes ago, j-roadtatts said:

Doing 16" slate tile with a ledger stone wall accent. kinda a cross of these two. like the first one, but with the tile and stone from the second one.

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I'm already for my sleepover shower!

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Just now, Adrian_D said:

Shock mounts :P

The shocks have less than 1000 miles on them. 

Ah.  Thought it was a full redo!

Less of a change, but my statement still stands.

Excited for you.  Take pics.

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6 minutes ago, topgun said:

How's one supposed to clean all that rough surface in a shower? 

Will be sealed heavily before use. Other than that, probaply a CRL soaking and rinse down. I shall see.

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29 minutes ago, j-roadtatts said:

@///M5 or anyone with the answer. Is it necessary to glue the foam to the enclosure? All the pieces are wedged in pretty tight. No automatic alt text available.

 

Those look nice :D

I think you could glue it on even if they are wedged tight. Or maybe use double sided tape. 

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8 minutes ago, Adrian_D said:

 

Those look nice :D

I think you could glue it on even if they are wedged tight. Or maybe use double sided tape. 

 Thanks dude!  I was impressed for being plywood and them also being my first ones.  Has been a fun learning experience.

 I am definitely hoping Sean will chime in.  Although I will most likely attach all the foam I do not see an acoustical reason for it needing to be?  I googled the question a few times but it is such a broad topic.  I have the cookbook out on the table right now, just haven't had the time to read.

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My comment want for acoustical but long term durability, it'd fall eventually without an anchor of some sort.   

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3 minutes ago, topgun said:

My comment want for acoustical but long term durability, it'd fall eventually without an anchor of some sort.   

Yeah, I sensed the answer was just so it stays in place from the replies.

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On 3/2/2018 at 10:29 PM, Impious said:

Got 315lbs on the bench today for the first time ever.  Moved way faster than expected.  Concentric moved much quicker than my 1st time with 300.

Not bad for being back in the gym less than 6 months after taking a year off, and having a substantial reset in Dec due to 3 weeks off battling a never ending sinus infection.

And I'm old as fauk.

Nice work.  Keep pushing.

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1 hour ago, topgun said:

I'd fasten it in some fashion. 

Me too.  Not to rigidly fasten it, but to make sure it stays.  A couple staples are fine.

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56 minutes ago, j-roadtatts said:

 Thanks dude!  I was impressed for being plywood and them also being my first ones.  Has been a fun learning experience.

 I am definitely hoping Sean will chime in.  Although I will most likely attach all the foam I do not see an acoustical reason for it needing to be?  I googled the question a few times but it is such a broad topic.  I have the cookbook out on the table right now, just haven't had the time to read.

THOSE ARE YOUR FIRST?

 

Fuck this I'm not even gonna try anymore.

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58 minutes ago, j-roadtatts said:

 Thanks dude!  I was impressed for being plywood and them also being my first ones.  Has been a fun learning experience.

 I am definitely hoping Sean will chime in.  Although I will most likely attach all the foam I do not see an acoustical reason for it needing to be?  I googled the question a few times but it is such a broad topic.  I have the cookbook out on the table right now, just haven't had the time to read.

No reason acoustically that I saw.

 

Lots of reasons to do it pragmatically. 

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1 hour ago, dem beats said:

I'm already for my sleepover shower!

So fugging happy to see this trailer house AF insert go away!

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2 hours ago, j-roadtatts said:

So fugging happy to see this trailer house AF insert go away!

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Nothing like living in the park.

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Is this where your going to be using the new sennheiser?:D

:P

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How is the review coming along Mikey?

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I heard Mikey likes it.

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No video reviews Mikey!

Better double check any links you post from now on.

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1 hour ago, dem beats said:

No video reviews Mikey!

Better double check any links you post from now on.

Hehehe..:D

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4 hours ago, ///M5 said:

How is the review coming along Mikey?

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I keep finding treasure as I clean.  Old breaker bar, random server blade, the magpul pistol grip kit for the AR-10, damn paperwork for my US optics scope, so many speakers and such.

 

As soon as I'm not carying out buckets of water this is gonna be awesome!.

Buying 2 new blower vacs sucked.  Thankfully HD has the leaf blower combo vac.  Best value in the place.

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My snow blower gets much better gas mileage now that both wheels spin.

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19 hours ago, dem beats said:

@j-roadtatts

We're you asking about joiners?  Make a few of these and use soft brass tubing if you wanna get crazy.

Save a ton on the joiner and the biscuits and it will be nearly tenon strong. 

 

I love inexpensive little easy tools.

  

Had initially intended to do it this way. Even bought oak dowel. In the end I was fearful I would a.blow-out the plywood edge, and b.go to deep and the dowel hole would show once the corners were rounded over.

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15 hours ago, mikel7829 said:

Is this where your going to be using the new sennheiser?:D

:P

No need. There are build in speakers already in there and I brought my own mic for the misses to hum on!

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