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The barge that transported all material

This the barge I built in my driveway, 16 x 24 feet, can carry 10,000 lbs on top of it own weight, I used my Ryobi, Skill saw battery powered, the Ryobi drill a lot, the glue was applied by Ryobe caulk gun, cut off excess bolt length using Ryobi sawsall, the tools make the job happen. My Ryobi impact driver attached all the large floats using very large lag screws. My Ryobi tools built the tool that transported 3 skids of cement, 2 & 1/2 shids of 8" cinder blocks and more cement (8900LBS) that load, and followed by 32000 LBS of Logs Plywood, LVL's, beams, windows doors. All presure treated lumber and hardware came from Home Depot for the Barge.

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Larry1956

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Difficulty: Intermediate
Category: Other, Recreation

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