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Old 08-02-2021, 01:34 PM
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I was reminded of youtuber Steve Summers and his squirrel

Hung some sheetrock today. Started at the bottom because it's easier that way alone. Also have a soffit to build out at the roof line.
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Old 08-02-2021, 09:33 PM
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My old boss had a pet raccoon that he rescued when it was a baby. It’s name was Rocky.


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More progress today. The gap is where im going to add a post to stiffen the wall. I cut the sheets in half because it's way easier to handle ten feet up by myself.
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No sheetrock lift?
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No sheetrock lift?
The cost of mudding the extra joints would easily cover buying a panel lift.
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I do have a sheetrock lift somewhere. I just don't remember where tgat somewhere is. Also it only goes up eleven feet.

If of used a lift but im working backwards starting at the floor and going up. I have a soffit to build out at the top of the wall but im holding off on that till cooler weather. Yes it's a little extra work on this wall but sure is easy by myself.

Framed out the other corner and mounted some outlet boxes this afternoon..
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Old 08-16-2021, 06:14 AM
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Often those lifts can be ‘extended’ by adding a section between the frame foe the sheet, and the mast. IIRC a piece if pipe and some steel rod the right sizes should do what you need.

It does make it higher to load the sheet, but heck, you have a forklift too.


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