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Old 11-02-2006, 03:43 PM   #21
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[QUOTE=SacKingsFan]If anyone has anything constructive to add to the thread that would be great..
In order for the blacktop to dry and firm up completely, the surface must be left uncoated for a good period of time after the blacktop has been placed. We recommend three months. After that period of time, a good sealer will help prolong the useful life of any blacktop surface. The asphalt binder in the blacktop is worn away by shoes, cars, bikes. Annual sealing is the best way to keep your blacktop in prime condition.



A solid concrete base is important for firmly setting wood or metal posts. Below-ground areas of wood posts should be coated with a creosol equivalent. Metal posts should have a coat of rust inhibitor. Dig hole about three times the diameter of the post. Hole should go deep enough to encase one third of the length of the post (no more than 3 feet for most posts). If soil is loose or sandy, dig larger, dish-shaped hole. Tamp the sides and bottom so that the hole walls are firm. You may want to use a QUIK-TUBE™ Building Form. QUIK-TUBEs are rigid fiber forms for setting posts for projects like deck piers, patio footers, dock pilings, heavier fence post bases, etc.


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Old 11-02-2006, 03:46 PM   #22
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If anyone has anything constructive to add to the thread that would be great..
In order for the blacktop to dry and firm up completely, the surface must be left uncoated for a good period of time after the blacktop has been placed. We recommend three months. After that period of time, a good sealer will help prolong the useful life of any blacktop surface. The asphalt binder in the blacktop is worn away by shoes, cars, bikes. Annual sealing is the best way to keep your blacktop in prime condition.



A solid concrete base is important for firmly setting wood or metal posts. Below-ground areas of wood posts should be coated with a creosol equivalent. Metal posts should have a coat of rust inhibitor. Dig hole about three times the diameter of the post. Hole should go deep enough to encase one third of the length of the post (no more than 3 feet for most posts). If soil is loose or sandy, dig larger, dish-shaped hole. Tamp the sides and bottom so that the hole walls are firm. You may want to use a QUIK-TUBE™ Building Form. QUIK-TUBEs are rigid fiber forms for setting posts for projects like deck piers, patio footers, dock pilings, heavier fence post bases, etc.


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Old 11-02-2006, 03:49 PM   #23
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Old 11-02-2006, 03:55 PM   #24
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Old 11-02-2006, 04:15 PM   #25
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WOW dude chill out..

Get angry much?

Its forums not life or death.. Get over it.

If you dont want to read the thread or it bothers you please feel free not to look at it agian. Thx

Sorry to everyone else but it bothers me when people with a stick in there take it out on others.
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Old 11-02-2006, 04:17 PM   #26
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Ok kiddo..

Who gives a how many threads have been made about it.. OMG NOT ANOTHER THREAD !!!!! Do I know the law? No I dont hinse the reason I was asking asswipe. Use your brain before posting to me again thx..

I love dudes that talk all kinds of trash on the forums but if you saw them on the streets they would hide like a little .
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Old 11-02-2006, 04:42 PM   #27
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Cops cant make you leave.. Its private property. I swear 500+ bikes and 40+ cars all took off right away like we were all going to get arrested for watching people do stunts..

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Ever heard of the Coney-island /K-mart raid?
cops CAN do whatever they want if u them off.
Oh and watching stunts NOW is illegal, not sure how it works when it is on private property tho but myself i would not tempt them to bust me.
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Old 11-02-2006, 04:59 PM   #29
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The cops continue to show up b/c of how outta hand it has gotten in the past and how crowded it still gets, they are prob not going to do anything except break it up every time. But who really knows.
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