What do you do for a living ?

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ladsr777
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Got it somedude88! On another note, I'm looking for a Java programmer to partner with me to develop an app. If anyone knows someone, please put me in touch with that person!
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I remember i started a thread like this years ago, and lots of shit has changed for me since then haha, i posted when i was doing my apprenticeship, then i split moved back home, worked at canadian tire as a service advisor while i went to school for resources drilling and blasting....i graduated in apr of 2010 and now i run this som bitch

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What the hell is that?! LOL!
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Rear lower strut brace
CAI
IAC bypass
Stainless steel straight pipe exhaust
1,000-watt amp w/two dual voice coil 10" subwoofers
Pioneer head unit and door speakers

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Its a drill machine i drill tieback anchors

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siR in progress wrote:Its a drill machine i drill tieback anchors
Neat. Please forgive my ignorance, but what's a tieback anchor?
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Fully adjustable coilover
Rear lower strut brace
CAI
IAC bypass
Stainless steel straight pipe exhaust
1,000-watt amp w/two dual voice coil 10" subwoofers
Pioneer head unit and door speakers

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Re: What do you do for a living ?

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ladsr777 wrote:
siR in progress wrote:Its a drill machine i drill tieback anchors
Neat. Please forgive my ignorance, but what's a tieback anchor?

oh no problem, when a large building goes up they drill all around the outside of what will be the foundation, then i come along once it is dug out and drill into the wall and install a tieback anchor (typically strands of cables or a bar) and they put tension on it with a jack so when the site is dug down to its full elevation the walls of the foundation dont move into the site. ummmm i have a pic...

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You can see them hangin out of the wall there, this is going to be a subway station

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is that at 12 degree angle? similar to what foundation repair uses "CableLock" system on bowed basement walls.

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