Now that I reread it, yep sure nuf sounds that way. But just in case interpretation is needed:Is this some kind of Florda Hillbilly speak
Thanks, Bob, I’m from the south, but it was over my head!Now that I reread it, yep sure nuf sounds that way. But just in case interpretation is needed:
Whiting - a type of fish, good eating, similar to tilapia
Washing machine - waves were rough, 20 mph gusts at the beach
Penn Battle 3 - type of surf fishing rod and reel
Thats what I get for typing during the Georgia Alabama game.
Can you explain this a little further? What kind of load is the roof rack capable of?Also had an anniversary on 10/16, but tested out collapsible rack system yesterday...”prototype”...under 3 minutes to lay flat in bed.
Roof rack is mopar...quadratec has it rated at 150lbs. Bed rack folds to 3.5” 2x4 height + 1.5” cross bars (5” above bed floor) w/ removal of 4 eye bolts. I needed to be able to haul 16’ 2x4s. And wanted to be able to use roll up tonneau when not in use. Works out to be about 4’ back from rear upright (3 ‘ from bumper) and about 3’ off the front mopar rack making center of gravity near front bed rack upright. I’ll have to get a photo of it in the bed. Next adaptation may be replacing cross bars with 2 plywood panels to create a second “floor” when not bracing for hauling dry goods without removing bed rack.Can you explain this a little further? What kind of load is the roof rack capable of?
how long is the lumber you are hauling? Collapsible? Do tell