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Re: Mill Shed - Finally
« Reply #60 on: January 30, 2023, 08:18:33 PM »
Nice, nice, nice!! I am in envy! I like the metal at the bottom, and your trusses are out of the box. Did you design them yourself, or see them somewhere else first?
I guess you could say that I designed them myself.  I built a platform and attached to the back of my gooseneck trailer so I would have a large enough flat area to build them. I had a picture in my mind and built one and it turned out good, so I screwed down blocks and made a jig and made duplicates of my first one.
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