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Dump trailer

Good flashlight. Besides the mag light, home depot has a small 210 lumen led that is amazing. It's 40 bucks though.
 

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Dump trailer

Good flashlight. Besides the mag light, home depot has a small 210 lumen led that is amazing. It's 40 bucks though.
How big of a dump trailer would you recommend starting off? And then what would be the perfect size?

I love a good Mag light. I have a 3D with the LED bulb adapter. It's pretty frigin' bright!
 

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Sounds like someones getting into preservation:eek:



Or already is and wants to make sure hes got the bases covered.





Its hard to say which ONE is the one. There are so many that without you'll be up the proverbial brown floatee creek without a paddle.

A light is pretty important.
I got a nice LED light from china mart for christmas. It folds up to a small space. Has magnets and is rechargeable.
 

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Nah, just a curious kinda guy. I like to know things. Also want to help start get it going over here, and show you guys that I am not that big of a pita.
I'm sure I'm not alone when I say that I look forward to seeing the "not that big of a PITA" side.
 

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I would say my number one tool is a good camara.
I was going to say my truck, but I think your right on the camera comment. I am currently carrying 3 in my truck, plus the iPhone & iPad. Backups for the backups. After all, without pics, the work never happened, right?

BTW, when it comes to cameras, is anyone else charging batteries in the truck?
My 2012 F350 came with a built in 110 inverter and recepticle, and 5 seperate 12v outlets that I have 2 additional inverters plugged into, a rechargable led flashlight plugged into, and a 10w usb outlet to charge the iPad. The phone gets plugged into the factory usb outlet. I charge camera batteries and cordless tool batteries on the go too. I feel like a rolling powerplant!
 

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i must say tnt you never did understand in contractortalk so not sure if you'll ever get it here either:)
Not again with the understanding thing. Understanding and having sympathy for one's situation are different. But this is ya'lls domain, and I will respect that.

So I am not here to poison the water, just observe and try to get a better perspective. I would think that this would garner some respect.
 

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. . .So I am not here to poison the water, just observe and try to get a better perspective. I would think that this would garner some respect.
Again, give it time. LOTS OF TIME!
Everyone is till suffering from your poison at CT.
 

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TNT SHOULD be here in my opinion as at least he is active and let this board start to build. Asking what dump trailer is at least activity on the forum that furthers conversation even if he doesn't give a crap.
Yep, he has every right to be here, and start threads, and ask questions, and make constructive comments, and. . .and. . . and. . . .

I just will not argue with him.
 

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best tool ...a good laborer then a lawn rake and a snow shovel for the inside of some houses and then a shop vac with a SWAMP COOLER FILTER wrapped around the plastic filter cage on the vac. The swamp cooler filters are washable and have sucked the carpet off the floor in the past. After burning through a 15 dollar shop vac filter in 1 house I had to find something better. They don't do much for dust but the bigger stuff you don't want getting into your "GooD" vac this definitely works . Houses with pets formerly in them go so much smoother now and if the filter does clog just take it off and shake it around.
 
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