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  1. Awesome! Please do a DIY thread!
  2. I sure wish I could have that done! Give Nordic Builders a shout. They might be able to help you. Nunnu's cousin Ted owns it & they've been in business forever. (218) 590-3925
  3. Thanks! It is such a huge improvement! It really changed the whole look of our property. Even I was surprised at the impact it has! I'm kinda kicking some ideas around.
  4. Mint! Maybe I should get one for my homemade push scooter.
  5. Fantastic! Love the pics! What a great adventure!
  6. Oh! Same one. Spare parts are always a bonus.
  7. I wish I could help, but I've never even heard of it.
  8. Lol!! That's a great story! I had an Endura C2 on PuttPutt. It worked perfect for the few years I had it. Which model pooped out on you?
  9. So, the kit is just an assist? You have to keep pedaling?
  10. Thanks! I airbrushed a little detail work today. From the driveway, you'd swear everything was real.
  11. Which do you think will be faster?
  12. Thanks, GJ! And welcome TK!
  13. So, our garage doors were in SAD shape. The bottom panel of both doors had like a 2-3' hole in the outer skin, exposing the insulation. It was caused by years of water dripping out of the gutters, onto the cement & splashing the doors (gutter is now fixed). I wish I had "before" pics; they were really awful! New doors, in our "custom size" are about $1,000 which would absolutely murder our summer home improvement budget, so I decided to put a fascia on the doors instead. We bought a few 4'x8'x1/8" sheets of melamine, which I think is the material the doors are made of anyway. I had Shovel rip them down to 2'x8' pieces, then I painted them. Once the paint was dry, I liquid nailed them over the garage door panels, then used my air nailer to secure them. It looked WAAAAYY better, but I thought they still needed something. I looked at a lot of photos online and love the carriage style doors, but they're a fortune, so I thought I'd just fake it! I drew, digitized and cut the hinges & handles out of vinyl, then hand painted the windows on. They look amazing! It changed the look of the whole building! I also replaced a bunch of the brick moulding around the garage doors and put new moulding around the man-door because there wasn't any & it looked like crap. Now, we can put some of that budget toward getting our driveway re-leveled & new gravel put in. Yay! Pieces cut & painted Pieces in place Trusty tools! A "hinge" "Hinges" in place and my makeshift plumb bob to mark the center line Masking off the "windows" Windows painted A close up of one of the doors And, the overall look I'm so happy with the result and it only cost about $50!
  14. Hey TK_duluthbass, Welcome to MidwestSportsman. Please feel free to browse around and get to know everyone! If you have any questions please don't hesitate to ask. Feel free to introduce yourself. We're glad to have you.  TK_duluthbass joined on the 04/14/2017. View Member