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    Well Hung!!!

    Haven't posted in awhile, My latest work,cheers!



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    Quote Originally Posted by jerkyism View Post
    Haven't posted in awhile, My latest work,cheers!




    Very pretty.
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    Not to shabby jerky.
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    Very nice !
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    Nice work of art.

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    My resolution sucks, Is that soldered or pro press? It looks too darn straight for pro press! Nice work!

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    Well hung indeed. I love that kind of work. I'd much rather stay in one area and do a boiler like that than be running all over the house all the time. ...
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    Re:

    Yes soldered every fitting my-self. Not useing pro press stuff yet.....thinking about it!!
    Thanks For the positive feed back.....CHEERS!!!!!

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    Looks good, nice to have the space
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    Nice work. You have to appreciate a well installed job especially when the ability to service it is taken into consideration.

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    It's nice when you have time to make it look that good. If you tell me you also did it fast then I bow down to you.

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    It Took 3 full days.....This was an oil fired boiler with cast iron rads through- out the house. we brook it down in to 5 zones...cleaned up nice for the cust.

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    Thank you all for the feed back!!!!!

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