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Discussion in 'Original Pictures Forum' started by PR0 TURF, Dec 23, 2008.
when they begin to look beat up you replace it.
I always thought stuff like that got replaced every 4 months regardless of condition.
Thanks...I love those sideboards too! We make them using 2 sheets of 3/4" plywood that we screw together & cut to shape, then we get a piece of the very thin diamond plate cut to fit the boards & attach that to the wood using stainless screws. A set of boards costs us about $400, the majority of that going to the diamond plate. The diamond plate is just for looks, it's so thin it doesn't protect much. We don't have any issues with bending or cracking etc. As long as you don't bash them with a bobcat while loading the bed then they'll last for years.
Here's one more pic of the boards...
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You know this kid got a huge inheritence to get started.
your a complete idiot. Go find someone to stomp on your nuts so you cant reproduce. We dont need any more people like you.
sorry but the evolution of your company is obvious over the last 99 pages, and i know the numb nut looked at the pictures on the first two pages and said "dude no way he did that on his own, if i cant do it i know he cant do it" - as he put down a beer.
i think one of the MAIN factors to why us young guys grow at such a rapid pace is because ewe dont have bills other then those we create for the business. that allows almost 100% of our money to go back into the company.
I would be (and im sure you would have been to) in a whole different boat if i had a 2,500 dollar a month house payment, taxes, kids mouths to feed, a drinking habit to support, a wifes car to pay for, a wedding ring to drop 50k on, health insurance for the kids. Its all that other stuff that cost you the big bucks. All i worry about is a $65 dollar bag of dog food once a month and the rest goes right back into the business.