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Discussion in 'General Chit-Chat' started by Johnny Best, Mar 6, 2019.

  1. Johnny Best

    Johnny Best Very Active Member

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  2. unclebun

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    Looks like they could have used the 2x4 on the bottom of their bucket trick.
     
  3. Johnny Best

    Johnny Best Very Active Member

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    I saw that also with them using their boots to hold up panels. Their feet were probably numb from the cold so they did not feel anything.
     
  4. ddarlak

    ddarlak Trump Hater

    I worked at the ballpark many times getting ready for the season, I can't say that I miss that account...
     
  5. JTBoh

    JTBoh I sell signage and signage accessories.

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    too cold to powerwash the damn wall?
     
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  6. mmblarg

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    Clients probably didn't want to pay the extra $$ for a cleaning
     
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  7. shoresigns

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    They may as well have just put the new sign right overtop of the old one.
     
  8. Texas_Signmaker

    Texas_Signmaker Very Active Signmaker

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    Looks like they have some square tubing on their basket that is able to accept some "forks". Maybe they forgot.
     
  9. petepaz

    petepaz Major Contributor

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    i will also use a 2x4 at the bottom to hold the sign as well as wrap a rope around it to help hold it to the rails. you get one strong wind and bye bye sign panel.
     
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