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    thanks for the pics ... if you don't mind me asking where is that container of fans going .... an ewaste place or motors at the yard ... thanks in advance



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    Quote Originally Posted by ginofrater View Post
    Thanks , good job. How do you get so much work ?

    Give the newcomers like me ,a lecture on how to get at your level

    Thanks again.
    Yea. What he said!

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    you don't wannas see mine .I don't have to worry about theft. finding a flathead in my shop in like wheres waldo

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    Wow! You are really big into the scrap game!
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    Quote Originally Posted by ginofrater View Post
    Thanks , good job. How do you get so much work ?

    Give the newcomers like me ,a lecture on how to get at your level

    Thanks again.
    I just started a few months ago and i am now averaging 30 towers per week. The ONLY way that I am able to do that is by paying for them, whether it be CL, thrift stores, other scrappers/junk removers, businesses with surplus computers, whatever it takes!

    Although paying for them i need a quicker turn around than Scrapcrazy.
    Nice pics, sure wish i had the ability to save up thousands of pounds of escrap before i cashed in. One day soon.

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    Many thousand pound loads start with some really small weight.

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    Beautiful.

    Really makes me miss my e-scrapping days. Seeing all those full bins.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GeorgeB View Post
    In the first picture, it appeared you were in an office building some where, as I saw a few cars through what appeared to be a window...was I seeing that correctly, because the other picture, showed a double axle trailer in your drive way?


    Regardless, pretty nice pictures! Pretty much how my set up is as well. Bunch of plastic totes, work bench, and the various tools (hand and power).
    Hey George! All of the pics were actually taken in my garage. Pic 1 looks like theres a window but that's actually just a huge poster like thing showing off all the equipment and vehicles of the company I use to work for.
    Sweat is the cologne of success!

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    Nice set up, make me want to clean my garage.


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