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Old man work? No.....he's with MSHA

Discussion in 'Safety Issues' started by RollOver Pete, Sep 19, 2014.

  1. td25c

    td25c Senior Member

    Feb 15, 2009
    We solved the "deer stand mystery " today ....... Buddy Bob called on cell phone .. " Hey .. did you see the deer stands ? " I'm like yeah , I saw them & got one ready last night . Got the other one done today . Made weld repairs at factory joints (red lines ) . And added additional bracing ( yellow arrows ) . Funny part of the story is I cut about 2 feet off the bottom of the ladder to get the tubing for the bracing .

    Oh well .... Buddy Bob don't need to have his ass up that high in the air anyway with a loaded gun . :lmao

    It was all done with safety in mind . LOL !:D

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