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MrPyro89
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09 February 2019 02:29 pm

After the past 2 trips to coles bridge just doing individual pans to collect some gold i thought i would invest in building a river sluice to assist in getting though dirt a bit easier as my back isn't the greatest, so i built this river sluice that i plan to also make it so i can use it at home for a cleanup sluice. still a work in progress but here it is, all hand folded at home which was a pain to do but managed to get it done, All parts were purchased at bunnings for a total so far of $90

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goody2shoes
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09 February 2019 03:40 pm

It's looking good MrPyro89...

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MrPyro89
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09 February 2019 04:20 pm

goody2shoes wrote:

It's looking good MrPyro89...

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Thanks

Was going to take it out this weekend to give it a run to see how it performs but this week we have had a few decent showers and the river was up a fair bit couple of weekends back so i figured i best put it off a week for it to settle down hopefully

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09 February 2019 04:51 pm

Are you going to put legs on it? Or leave it like it is?

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MrPyro89
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09 February 2019 05:05 pm

goody2shoes wrote:

Are you going to put legs on it? Or leave it like it is?

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I do plan on putting legs onto it eventually, but for now just plan to prop it up with rocks

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