Live Near Roberstbridge East Sussex ?, need a pick up

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Re: Live Near Roberstbridge East Sussex ?, need a pick up

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You could Park ON them Every night = No space issues, problem solved
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Re: Live Near Roberstbridge East Sussex ?, need a pick up

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I shall post a picture shortly of why that would annoy my neighbours. .

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It would surely annoy mine...
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Stickyfinger wrote:Back with them now.......my my my they are heavy. WAY WAY more than they told me.....glad I switched to a flatbed :)
I knew this. I just couldn't be arsed labouring the point the other day (could have done meterage of the steel and worked out a gross weight per ramp). Thank flock you took the safe option for transport though; have learnt the hard way about false economy myself.
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addo wrote:
Stickyfinger wrote:Back with them now.......my my my they are heavy. WAY WAY more than they told me.....glad I switched to a flatbed :)
I knew this. I just couldn't be arsed labouring the point the other day (could have done meterage of the steel and worked out a gross weight per ramp). Thank flock you took the safe option for transport though; have learnt the hard way about false economy myself.
Well when I sat down and thought about the weight it worried me/vrs length/total/x2 etc, I just could not believe what they told me they were.
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Re: Live Near Roberstbridge East Sussex ?, need a pick up

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The_Hairdresser wrote:I shall post a picture shortly of why that would annoy my neighbours. .

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Mike if you cant manage the full length :yikes: :o :-D :lol: :wink: , you could always cut them in half and weld on heavy duty hinges to join them back together
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Re: Live Near Roberstbridge East Sussex ?, need a pick up

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I will be welding on extra adjustable drop down posts on the High End....So they can be used as "Drive-Ups" as well.
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