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  1. #31

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    Quote Originally Posted by wireburner View Post
    i want to make stuff I like thses pictures and was thinking if the shoe cots$3 & there is 3 shoes charge $15 4 the finshed product with paint and every thing
    Charging $15 that you have $9 plus paint and time in doesn't sound like enough money. And then add in time and expense to get it to where you're going to sell it. You'd make more money working for minimum wage.

    Just my opinion.
    Last edited by jjsjeff; 07-25-2007 at 09:14 AM. Reason: Disclaimer

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    I don`t want to over charge how bout $17

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    Well i know i may be snapped at but just starting out i wouldnt use primer not even sealer. If you are wanting to do that then get some of the rustoleum primer and then use the cheapest can of krylon over that w/optional sealer. Now be aware if you dont want to use primer right off i would suggest using sealer though because it adds a ''gloss" look to it and would be more actractable to buy
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    thanks 4 the advice is thta wat you going to do?

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    Probly. I think ill start out with em just in paint once i get some shoes which i still have to find good price on
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    probally get my new 1s at the farmers Co-op or Tactor supply co. there about $$3 each , get the old 1 at a local stable

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    so did you find a place to get them for free?
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    no I ain`t called them yet but i will make them something if they do to butter them up

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    Haha thats what i was thinkin. So will your mig handle somethin that thick? I dont remember if the 3200 model was 120 or 240 volt i thought it was a 240 but anyway just wonderin
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    yeah it will handle that thick ,or so I hope, and the money I make from this is going to the Lincoln ac/dc stick machine fund

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