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    Default Re: 1 1/4" Megatree Pipe Cutting & Threading

    Quote Originally Posted by mpurser View Post
    do you have a trailer hitch on your turck if you do transport longer skinny items under the truck instead of on top no need to risk scratchs.iknow this sounds rednecky but it works real good.have good rope will travel.
    Quote Originally Posted by Al in Raleigh View Post
    Jack, you can borrow my sail boat trailer. That is what I use to carry 20' steel. It works great. I have a 2x2 receiver hitch with the correct ball size too.
    Mike -

    I hadn't thought about under the truck. I'm not sure I want to risk that; I'll have to measure how long the truck actually is. It's a Ford F-150 with an 8 foot bed and an extended cab. I may be able to fit everything under the truck without much sticking out that would be out of line-of-site of other drivers. I think it's 18' long, but it would be good to know for sure.

    I've actually been thinking of bungy cording the pipe/steel to the passenger side of the truck. Under it may be better, as long as there's no chance of catching up in the drive shaft.

    Al, thanks for the offer. I may take you up on it if I get a lot, but for my "initial order" from where I'm planning to get some steel and probably the new megatree pipe, it'd be a long way around. Sanford Steel & Pipe Corp. isn't that far away from me. A little more pricey than Dillon Supply, but not so much more so it's worth the extra gas for me to get to Dillon. If I remember right, they told me $4.20 for a 20' piece of 1/4" rod, with a $50 minimum order. I figure $50 worth would go quickly, with making up a couple of bang stars and trying to do the bells Charity wants.

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    Default Re: 1 1/4" Megatree Pipe Cutting & Threading

    Lock and loaded... Click... Click.... Cameras are up to speed... Virtual Santa is on watch... lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by melwelch View Post
    Lock and loaded... Click... Click.... Cameras are up to speed... Virtual Santa is on watch... lol
    Won't do you any good. I have a ninja on call now. lol
    Al

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