Doof Clenas Forum & Collective


Go Back   The Doof Clenas Motorcycle Collective > Specific Interest > Remodeling or Building
CHALLENGE COINS, PATCHES, TIMER COVERS, HATS, T-SHIRTS IN STOCK NOW - Click on the "Doof Wares" link on the menu bar... ------------------------------ Current Homeland Diaper Rash Level: Light Pink - Chafed, yet faintly amusing ------------------------------ Lady G's Doofishul Theme for August is: Redheads ------------------------------ LISTEN TO OUR NOT QUITE FINISHED THEME SONG... CLICK HERE!... THANKS, BUZZ!!!!

Remodeling or Building Got a project going or finished... Got a question...

Reply
 
Thread Tools Display Modes
  #1  
Old 11-10-2014, 04:27 PM
DAK47's Avatar
DAK47 DAK47 is offline
Dirty Dirk, Canadian Doof
 
Join Date: Aug 2010
Location: Libtard Utopia of Kanada
Posts: 5,745
Rep Power: 40700
DAK47 stays crunchy even in milkDAK47 stays crunchy even in milkDAK47 stays crunchy even in milkDAK47 stays crunchy even in milkDAK47 stays crunchy even in milkDAK47 stays crunchy even in milkDAK47 stays crunchy even in milkDAK47 stays crunchy even in milkDAK47 stays crunchy even in milkDAK47 stays crunchy even in milkDAK47 stays crunchy even in milk
Finishing Touches....

A worthy day spent toiling at home instead of hunting
Got the neigbour to help wrestle the old drafty pig of a sliding glass door out and this garden door setup in...
Looks like I managed to measure right the first time, very little shimming and the doors hang straight and everything is square. Me thinks I like the internal blinds for a cleaner look..

Dirk
Attached Images
File Type: jpg sks & k98 007.jpg (42.4 KB, 47 views)
File Type: jpg sks 005.jpg (45.3 KB, 47 views)
File Type: jpg sks & k98 006.jpg (46.4 KB, 47 views)
__________________
Reply With Quote
  #2  
Old 11-10-2014, 04:34 PM
Fe Butte's Avatar
Fe Butte Fe Butte is offline
Mike Oxbig 43rd
 
Join Date: Mar 2007
Location: Bridgeport, CA @ 6,543 Ft
Last Cigar Smoked: I haven't lately...
Age: 64
Posts: 34,799
Rep Power: 348024
Fe Butte has forgotten more about Harleys than you'll ever knowFe Butte has forgotten more about Harleys than you'll ever knowFe Butte has forgotten more about Harleys than you'll ever knowFe Butte has forgotten more about Harleys than you'll ever knowFe Butte has forgotten more about Harleys than you'll ever knowFe Butte has forgotten more about Harleys than you'll ever knowFe Butte has forgotten more about Harleys than you'll ever knowFe Butte has forgotten more about Harleys than you'll ever knowFe Butte has forgotten more about Harleys than you'll ever knowFe Butte has forgotten more about Harleys than you'll ever knowFe Butte has forgotten more about Harleys than you'll ever know
Not called French doors?

Nice looking.
__________________
Hi I'm Tom. Darned if I can remember anyone else's name.




MDCGA


The Road Goes On Forever...
To Ride is Life...

Sometimes feeling Hoka Hey!

In search of the Doof 43. . . .





.......

.

.
Colorado Motel Wreckers 2012 ... Midnight Riders of The Beartooth 2013...





Reply With Quote
  #3  
Old 11-10-2014, 05:11 PM
Turbo Turtle's Avatar
Turbo Turtle Turbo Turtle is offline
Augmented
 
Join Date: Oct 2013
Location: The Hog Yard (501)
Last Cigar Smoked: Pineapple Express
Age: 7
Posts: 4,002
Rep Power: 15091
Turbo Turtle doesn't need a tube sockTurbo Turtle doesn't need a tube sockTurbo Turtle doesn't need a tube sockTurbo Turtle doesn't need a tube sockTurbo Turtle doesn't need a tube sockTurbo Turtle doesn't need a tube sockTurbo Turtle doesn't need a tube sockTurbo Turtle doesn't need a tube sockTurbo Turtle doesn't need a tube sockTurbo Turtle doesn't need a tube sockTurbo Turtle doesn't need a tube sock
Tom, that's what I thought, especially being north of the border! Lol

Oh yeah, nice looking doors and clean job Dirk. I likey



aka
__________________
"If you can easily ride the bike in tight circles while slowly moving down the street while wearing a tapered hat with a tassel, it's probably a Shriner addition" - HDF








http://www.mytriplogs.com/sigs/mtl_c...vuuuvvvvuuvuuv


L.Ron Hoover Welcomes you to the
First Church of Appliantology

Last edited by Turbo Turtle; 11-10-2014 at 05:12 PM. Reason: Because I can
Reply With Quote
  #4  
Old 11-10-2014, 06:41 PM
Backroad Mike's Avatar
Backroad Mike Backroad Mike is offline
Original Delinquent
 
Join Date: Aug 2007
Location: VA
Last Cigar Smoked: Kuba Kuba
Posts: 18,210
Rep Power: 21381
Backroad Mike stays crunchy even in milkBackroad Mike stays crunchy even in milkBackroad Mike stays crunchy even in milkBackroad Mike stays crunchy even in milkBackroad Mike stays crunchy even in milkBackroad Mike stays crunchy even in milkBackroad Mike stays crunchy even in milkBackroad Mike stays crunchy even in milkBackroad Mike stays crunchy even in milkBackroad Mike stays crunchy even in milkBackroad Mike stays crunchy even in milk
I spent half the day doing the same thing. Except our door is single swing door hinged from the center. As like Dirk, we also took out a sliding door (Pella) after the bottom of the door around the track wheels rotted away.

I still have to caulk, install some more window/door foam in the gaps and trim out the inside..

Neighbor hear the saw running and stopped in to see what was up. Said he was dodging his own Honey-do's. So I put him to work helping carry it from the garage and fitting it in place.
__________________


Kimber


Reply With Quote
  #5  
Old 11-10-2014, 09:31 PM
Sleeveless's Avatar
Sleeveless Sleeveless is offline
S.S.S.
 
Join Date: May 2009
Location: VA
Posts: 6,947
Rep Power: 28344
Sleeveless stays crunchy even in milkSleeveless stays crunchy even in milkSleeveless stays crunchy even in milkSleeveless stays crunchy even in milkSleeveless stays crunchy even in milkSleeveless stays crunchy even in milkSleeveless stays crunchy even in milkSleeveless stays crunchy even in milkSleeveless stays crunchy even in milkSleeveless stays crunchy even in milkSleeveless stays crunchy even in milk
Quote:
Originally Posted by Backroad Mike View Post
So I put him to work helping carry it from the garage and fitting it in place.
Which I really appreciate! So I didn't have too.
__________________
-Patti-




Reply With Quote
  #6  
Old 11-10-2014, 09:33 PM
Big Cheese's Avatar
Big Cheese Big Cheese is offline
Somewhat Bionic
 
Join Date: Mar 2009
Location: SE Wisconsin
Last Cigar Smoked: Hoyo De Monterrey Robusto
Age: 64
Posts: 9,194
Rep Power: 258605
Big Cheese has forgotten more about Harleys than you'll ever knowBig Cheese has forgotten more about Harleys than you'll ever knowBig Cheese has forgotten more about Harleys than you'll ever knowBig Cheese has forgotten more about Harleys than you'll ever knowBig Cheese has forgotten more about Harleys than you'll ever knowBig Cheese has forgotten more about Harleys than you'll ever knowBig Cheese has forgotten more about Harleys than you'll ever knowBig Cheese has forgotten more about Harleys than you'll ever knowBig Cheese has forgotten more about Harleys than you'll ever knowBig Cheese has forgotten more about Harleys than you'll ever knowBig Cheese has forgotten more about Harleys than you'll ever know
Built in mini blinds. Best invention door and window makers have come up with!

Nice job Dirk.
__________________
Mike

Life's journey is not to arrive at the grave safely in a well preserved body, but rather to skid in sideways, totally worn out, shouting '..holy sh*t ....what a ride!' - George Carlin






Reply With Quote
  #7  
Old 11-10-2014, 10:13 PM
Backroad Mike's Avatar
Backroad Mike Backroad Mike is offline
Original Delinquent
 
Join Date: Aug 2007
Location: VA
Last Cigar Smoked: Kuba Kuba
Posts: 18,210
Rep Power: 21381
Backroad Mike stays crunchy even in milkBackroad Mike stays crunchy even in milkBackroad Mike stays crunchy even in milkBackroad Mike stays crunchy even in milkBackroad Mike stays crunchy even in milkBackroad Mike stays crunchy even in milkBackroad Mike stays crunchy even in milkBackroad Mike stays crunchy even in milkBackroad Mike stays crunchy even in milkBackroad Mike stays crunchy even in milkBackroad Mike stays crunchy even in milk
Quote:
Originally Posted by Big Cheese View Post
Built in mini blinds. Best invention door and window makers have come up with!

Nice job Dirk.
We saw them, but I wasn't sold. If they break, you can't fix or replace them without replacing the door.
__________________


Kimber


Reply With Quote
  #8  
Old 11-11-2014, 05:56 PM
Xkvator's Avatar
Xkvator Xkvator is offline
I Like Dirt...!
 
Join Date: Feb 2007
Location: Transylvania
Last Cigar Smoked: BubbleGum
Age: 65
Posts: 15,208
Rep Power: 232403
Xkvator can happily embrace the suckXkvator can happily embrace the suckXkvator can happily embrace the suckXkvator can happily embrace the suckXkvator can happily embrace the suckXkvator can happily embrace the suckXkvator can happily embrace the suckXkvator can happily embrace the suckXkvator can happily embrace the suckXkvator can happily embrace the suckXkvator can happily embrace the suck
what brand, Dirk...?

I see those swing out...the Peachtree I bought, but not installed yet swing in...probly with the wind pushing, makes a good seal...

the Pella bow window we have has blinds between the double and third glass, which comes out...easy to replace...
__________________
Dave...................





Some Mornings I Wake Up Grouchy.....others, I Let Her Sleep

Reply With Quote
  #9  
Old 11-11-2014, 07:15 PM
DAK47's Avatar
DAK47 DAK47 is offline
Dirty Dirk, Canadian Doof
 
Join Date: Aug 2010
Location: Libtard Utopia of Kanada
Posts: 5,745
Rep Power: 40700
DAK47 stays crunchy even in milkDAK47 stays crunchy even in milkDAK47 stays crunchy even in milkDAK47 stays crunchy even in milkDAK47 stays crunchy even in milkDAK47 stays crunchy even in milkDAK47 stays crunchy even in milkDAK47 stays crunchy even in milkDAK47 stays crunchy even in milkDAK47 stays crunchy even in milkDAK47 stays crunchy even in milk
Quote:
Originally Posted by Xkvator View Post
what brand, Dirk...?

I see those swing out...the Peachtree I bought, but not installed yet swing in...probly with the wind pushing, makes a good seal...

the Pella bow window we have has blinds between the double and third glass, which comes out...easy to replace...
Stanley brand metal doors, Home Depot needs 2-3 weeks to build them to your specs.... Lifetime warranty on the hardware rested my concerns on the mini blind setup!
That's it for the year, except for the hardwood floors to replace the little bit of carpet we have left, but that ain't me, leaving that to the pros

Dirk
__________________
Reply With Quote
Reply

Thread Tools
Display Modes

Posting Rules
You may not post new threads
You may not post replies
You may not post attachments
You may not edit your posts

BB code is On
Smilies are On
[IMG] code is On
HTML code is Off

Forum Jump


All times are GMT -5. The time now is 01:32 AM.


Powered by vBulletin® Version 3.8.5
Copyright ©2000 - 2018, Jelsoft Enterprises Ltd.
Copyright ©2006 - 2016 doofclenas.com, LLC
The Doof Clenas 43 logo is a registered trademark of doofclenas.com, LLC
Doof Clenas Forum & Collective