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    CelicaSupra.com Member williamb82's Avatar
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    Damn! makes me feel good now that I wasnt able to pour a slab and mount my shed on the ground, it is up off the ground quite a bit, plus the front yard tapers down from the rear to keep that from happening. Prolly take 2ft of standing water in the back yard to begin getting in the shed.
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    The yard was completely drained out this morning, but we've got some more coming in tonight, and then a week of SUN!
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    Friends don't let friends keep cardboard on the floor.

    Get yourself some wire rack shelving and go vertical!

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    CelicaSupra.com Member drjim's Avatar
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    NO car parts were on the floor. They're all up on some shelving I bought.

    I had some solvents and other cleaning supplies in boxes, and they'll be up on the shelves.

    I pretty much got all the carboard boxes sorted out and removed my car stuff from them when I rebuilt the suspension before SIV, so this will be more of a nuisance clean up.
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    Thank god nothing really destroyed GL cleaning it up. Metal shelving on sale at Lowes for 59.95 I believe. I lined my entire basement with them . Flooded basement 4 times nothing at all got damaged. At the very least enjoy the sun thats coming

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kevin Kisseberth View Post
    Thank God nothing was really destroyed! GL cleaning it up. Metal shelving on sale at Lowe's for $59.95 ,I believe. I lined my entire basement with them . Flooded basement 4 times nothing at all got damaged. At the very least, enjoy the sun that's coming!
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    The basic rule is NO cardboard boxes on the floor.

    Pretty soon,Jim will move out of that flood plain.
    Hey,it will be driving weather,again. It's only January.
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    The NWS changed the forecast to only a 20% chance of rain tonight, so it'll be driving weather again on Thursday!

    I have some clean up to do Tuesday, and an afternoon Doctor's appointment, and then all day Wednesday on the Iowa.

    We be doing the Supra Thang on Thursday!
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    Was that a rust free hatch in the picture?? Now I am sad just thinking about it..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Khlause View Post
    Was that a rust free hatch in the picture?? Now I am sad just thinking about it..
    No, that's plastic/fiberglass the spoiler that mounts on the hatch.

    Yeah, I should have moved it, but got busy doing other things.

    The car was covered, but the cover was a cheap one, so the car got pretty soaked, but no water got inside anywhere.
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    Oh good, its hard to see things on the small scale that this tablet gives.

    I need to get a laptop again

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