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    Talk about past Klipsch Pilgrimages and also plan your own meetups here!

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  • Recent Posts

    • OK Hatrack you get your wish. Cleaning up the shop again today and I have moved it for the last time. Drivers removed and cabinet going to the ridge top graveyard. These parts will be going to Hope too where I hope they sell and I don't have to hassle with packing and shipping.
    • I've built many custom redwood/cedar and cypress decks over the years and if you are willing to spend the money and especially time to pre-stain everything properly with the best materials and do multiple coats and then 2 finish coats with regular reapplication, the look can't be matched.  Most people aren't willing to do that or aren't sold correctly to begin with and end up regretting that decision.  As in cookers, there's no "ultimate best" but plastics, given the correct support can provide a much lower maintenance alternative for wood, but concrete or pavers, which can also be done elevated, are another alternative, but still there's trade offs no matter what.  I haven't really researched what to do with composite "plastic" decking to bring it back to life when it oxidises (everything does), but I would imagine with the increased popularity, there's got to be things on the market to be able to paint it.  There's no doubt, the composite decking, given the variety of color choices available, and a builder that understands the structural differences between that and wood, offer a much more ascetically pleasing product that will remain that way with a lot less work for a much longer period of time.   This year, I have to install a second and third level off the main deck and redo the pool deck (hopefully) and the vast majority of that will be stamped concrete, and the reinforced slab for the smoker/oven build that I've decided to do.      rplace:  Your whole deck and cooking area with the egg look fantastic!  Nice Job, how long has it been in?
    • Yeah, you know, I've read that so many times for so many years. But without any evidence, it's just an assertion without proof.
    • Don't mess with the Easter bunny !    
    • I only have 3 jars of that Carl, my brother robbed me for everything else.   MenloBob, that looks good too.
    • Loud pipes saves life... A lot of idiot drivers out there... Either in cars or bikes...   But I'm not into road riding...   This works for me..     but not sure where or  what tree .. to plug it into...    
    • Awesome, it's safer on the track. Was the track surface bad back then, because it's been terrible for 20 years? It did recently get a re-pave.
    • Out/B, but agree try both
    • Agree, wood while pretty at first is a big maintenance commitment. House faces south and bakes all summer long. Zero issues beyond a power wash every spring.
    • One of the best things i have done with the house, rip out all of the wood decking and put in the Timbertech. I have not been to the lumber yard since!
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