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    Cash deal, down and dirty. Only decent thing in this place.
    Got done and found out that although the return was all panned off and looked normal, only 1, that's right 1, 2x10 lay in floor return for the entire place. And it was actually a supply register you could close off. Unreal.
    I modifed that in the bsmt along with the entire hacked in duct job. They had taken panning and tried to roll it round at one place, more duct tape than you can imagine.
    What a dump.
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    Hey cockroach, don't bug me!

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    Bring Em Home....

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    Besides no gutters anywhere, cpvc plastic water lines, el-cheapo outdoor lamps in the hallways, windows caulked shut, no garage door, disgusting carpet etc,....here is pic of newly remodeled shower......
    Notice heat vent half in half out and shower handle about 18" off the floor. Some girl right out of school was moving in and renting it now.
    Poor kid, she will be out in 6 months, if not sooner.
    The place is ready to fall over.



    [Edited by Diceman on 02-26-2004 at 12:56 PM]
    Hey cockroach, don't bug me!

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    Oh goody! More of those delightful photographs from the Pennwood photography department.

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    Talking SHOWER HANDLE 18

    Now the new tenant is going to have to worry when she drops the soap, AND when she adjusts the water!

    BTW, what's the fungus growing out of the Chevy's grill?

    Bobbaubbawb



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    Whats up with that Green Fog in the bathroom ? Did you try lighting a match ?

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    Nice wheels
    Where is your ladder rack? Weren't you a commercial guy?
    work to live not live to work

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    You put a perfectly good furnace in there? Must not have been a Carrier

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    ICP-Arco Aire, should have been a Goodman.
    No ladder rack, most places have roof access, if I need one I toss my 20' one in the truck, I don't go any higher than that on a ladder anyway, not since the time I fell on my head many years ago.
    Hey cockroach, don't bug me!

    www.AskTheDiceman.com

    www.TheColdConspiracy.com

    www.Pennwood-HVAC.Com

    Bring Em Home....

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    You woos!

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    If I was wolfy I wouldn't even get on a stepladder anyomre.
    Hey cockroach, don't bug me!

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    www.TheColdConspiracy.com

    www.Pennwood-HVAC.Com

    Bring Em Home....

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    Touche`

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    Talking Taking Donations

    To send to Dice for a new camera

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    i need a new truck too ....

    I got a 85 chevy S10 2.8l 2wd with a service body on it. Lost my 18v lt milwalkie when the bolt action lock came open. Somebody got a hell-of-a deal on a brand new drill in the case 2 batterys and a charger.

    Any Body see it on East bound 96 between Fowlerville and Milford about 2 months ago?
    Hire Me....

    Benny

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