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Offline Greg in BC

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Sluice and tarp
« on: October 28, 2011, 09:23:16 PM »
Facelift on the local Boston Pizza this summer I picked up some of the old take off items.

Where the walls meet the roof there is a flashing approx 8" wide with 2" to 3" sides made of painted thin sheet steel. Got me 3 x 10ft sections andc a couple short ones.  Will work for a long tom with some simple riffles and carpet or as a trough to carry material to a pit.

Also grabbed some of the heavy coated tarp material they use on the awnings.  Could be used as a tarp (install more grommets on other side) or line a dam face or redirect slurry or whatever works.

There was a whole dumpdter that went to the dump, I just grabbed off the top and if I had jumpedin earlier I could have had the awning material full size but to make it easier they just cut it off the frames.

Hope your all gettin'gold this year. Greg

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Re: Sluice and tarp
« Reply #1 on: December 14, 2012, 07:53:44 PM »
Great idea sounds like would make a nice long tom sluice bump all sections in a row down. Try different things on each section. One one have riffles, then minors moss, them matting or how ever you do it cheers Ray


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