jfeng13

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  1. Hey guys, I am beginning to insulate my basement. Based on some research I have found that R-13 is the proper insulation in my area for 2x4 walls. However, when the framing was completed it was done off the cement exterior wall to allow for pipes to hide behind the eventual finished wall. Now the cavity of the wall is approximately 6.5 inches between the concrete wall and the outside of the stud. The question I have is should I still use R-13 insulation because the depth of the cavity is nearly 3 inches deeper than that of the insulation. What should I do? Should I push the insulation against the exterior wall? Should I only put it between the 2x4's and leave a gap between the back of the insulation and the exterior cement wall? Should I get new insulation ( Like R-19) which is a thicker and fill the entire cavity? Any other ideas? Thanks for the help!
  2. White Water Outfitters
  3. Sounds good PM. the details.
  4. Sure. Where on LI?
  5. I'll take it. Paypal good?
  6. Im very interested. What size jig heads are there?
  7. Google search inflatable roof racks. Before I got a new SUV with racks, I was driving an Nissan Altima. I didnt want to invest money into a set of crossbars and racks for that car that I would be turning in, in a couple of years. Therefore I bought an inflatable roof rack which worked great. Make sure you have extra tie downs for the bow and stern of the kayak. I tried different ways of tying down the yak and drove on local streets until I felt confident it wasnt going anywhere. Added bonus is that they are much cheaper than the crossbars and craddle set up. Let me know if you have any questions if you go down this route.
  8. Sold. Its yours dangie704. I'll PM you my info and I'll get the FF in the mail ASAP.
  9. Sorry about that Crazyotto. I'll give it to this afternoon, if no one is interested Im going to take this down.
  10. Bad news. As I was removing the mount it cracked and is now useless. Are you still interested? Sticking with 25$
  11. Just so we are clear mine is not for sale because its broken. I dont want any confusion. The cheapest one I could find for sale online was $56.46 plus shipping.
  12. I can include the mount. I would have to take it off of my kayak. just so you know it would be used as well
  13. dropped to $25 shipped. Last drop
  14. Dropped to $40. I want to get rid of this quick
  15. For sale is a Humminbird Piranha Max220 Fishfinder Unit. THIS IS ONLY THE UNIT. NO CABLES OR TRANSDUCER ARE BEING SOLD. I am selling just the unit because the transducer is broken. I plan on buying and upgrading to new Fishfinder so Im not going to buy a new transducer for it. The unit was serviced last year because I thought the problem was with the unit but it proved to be just the transducer that was giving me the problems. I know this because Humminbird diagnosed the problem and Ive tested the unit on my brothers transducer and that works perfectly fine. Im asking $50 shipped. OBO. [ATTACHMENT=8970]photo.JPG (1,696k. JPG file)[/ATTACHMENT]