Spode wash.

BSWIFT

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Well, as many of you may know, I changed jobs so I don't think I will get to be at all of DW2K4. Will there be anyone that might be able to take care of the spodewash? Minor assembly will be necessary. I can load it on my flatbed trailer that requires a 2 inch ball. I loaded the whole thing by myself so it isn't a huge chore. Let me know in this thread or send me a pm or email.
Brian
 
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Brian,
I will be towing my trailer when I come though, but if no one steps up, I'll be glad to take my trailer to Cooperland then go get the spodewash.
Or, I can lend a hand to anyone else. Whatever it takes.
It's early yet, surley we can get er done.
 

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Brian: You know I will help in any way needed. As Jay says, it is early.

I am still hoping on more permanent setup. I have a toilet/shower/bikewash combo drawn up. I will need a bunch of volunteers to get it built though.

Either way, the hot water stuff is in the garage and backyard!

BTW - It is UNACCEPTABLE that you miss 100% of DW. Who do I need to call?
 

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I've heard intentional flu runs rampent around them parts that time of year.
 
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I am coming from Tulsa, pending approval of vacation time so I can tow whatever needs it...but its a 4cyl Nissan so go easy. I'll also be back and forth so the bed will be open at times. Lemme know.
 

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Brian:

What parts do you still have in your possession?

I need to figure out what to bring.
 

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I have the basic set up with sides, the spray hoses and nossles, piping that will require couplings. The quick disassembly may have done other damage but I will have to check it out.
 

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BSWIFT said:
I have the basic set up with sides, the spray hoses and nossles, piping that will require couplings. The quick disassembly may have done other damage but I will have to check it out.
Cool, it sounds like you have all the parts that were laying there when I left.

Steel Frame?
Water Container?