I Got Scammed on the Shop Build!

22-Sen, 2020
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  • If you know someone who can weld you can have the grates you ordered cut down and re welded but I dont know how much that would cost

    BC Gunz & GamezBC Gunz & GamezKun oldin
  • Just use pallets an place 2 planks under each.

    Rapala1Rapala12 oy oldin
  • You could just go get Free pallets and throw them on the ask dutches brother where he gets all his

    The 48th State OutdoorsThe 48th State Outdoors2 oy oldin
  • Get some hog wire and make your own.

    MrStrollerismeMrStrollerisme2 oy oldin
  • i love the vids keep up the good work and i subbed and liked this vid

    dude brodude bro2 oy oldin
  • Try uni strut for the cross pieces and cattle panels or plywood or both

    spankyspanky2 oy oldin
  • Go buy pallets, there cheap and if they go bad buy more.

  • In my shop I cut about 5 2x6 per shelf position and dropped them into the rebate on the rails, then decked over that with 7/16 OSB. It'll hold any weight you're likely to put on it. BTW, keep the heavy stuff on low shelves.

    Hal CobbHal Cobb3 oy oldin
  • Rackmen dot com has 40" decking used for $9.95 each. Or you could buy 42" or 48" uprights

    Warren BWarren B3 oy oldin
  • Try pallets , they are 42x48 you can fit two per shelf between the uprights , there cheap or a lot of times free . They can easily hold a couple thousand pounds . If you got forks for your tractor you can load them on the ground then raise them onto the rack . If your need a solid surface so smaller things don't fall through you can tack on some 1/4 plywood which is fairly inexpensive because the pallet has plenty of structure in it . Also if you can find the blue Chep pallets laying around some ware, they are nearly indestructible . Hope this helps .

    tom riordantom riordan3 oy oldin
  • why don't you look around for used pallets? Most of the lumber yards I go to have piles of them they give away. Take them apart and use the boards for your shelving. The only cost then would be your time and the scraps make great firewood if they aren't painted.

    Art DecoArt Deco3 oy oldin
  • If I was betting I'd say they are one meter 39 3/8” and out of a Japanese company. Use plywood and brace it underneath with solid wood, or make a compression box deck... sandwich plywood with thin solid wood strips glued and screwed in the middle.

    Matthew TaylorMatthew Taylor3 oy oldin
  • I used to have pallet racks like this in my shop, and I had to buy Six supports with OSB subfloor material on top. On an 8 foot span like that if you ran between 4 and 8 two-by-sixes it'll give you plenty of support with the 3/4 subfloor on top.

    Son of LibertySon of Liberty3 oy oldin
  • Have the guy come back and live up to his contract! I'm sure if you under paid him he'd make you live up to your end of the contract. Even if it takes his lawyer to talk to your lawyer, for the love of Pete, make him live up to his contract!

    Grammydi & ClempaGrammydi & Clempa3 oy oldin
  • I miss Bear.

    James CampbellJames Campbell3 oy oldin
  • Try this website

    Free at LastFree at Last3 oy oldin
  • Maby make some bracing and use fence panels that can be cut to fit if needed

    Dee PowersDee Powers3 oy oldin
  • Some demolition on construction sites would love to get rid of wood that they don't have to haul off to the dump. Even if you have to pay for it, surely it's not going to cost you $700...you just have to bargain with them.

    sandie eisenhowersandie eisenhower3 oy oldin
  • Thank for sharing here in Hawaii I raise chicken 🐔 the feed I use $26.00 a #50 lb bag not sure how close you are to Ardmore been there once stay safe aloha

    hawnjoe925hawnjoe9253 oy oldin
  • Seems like a lot of drama over a simple error on the sellers part, just get some expanded metal and be done with the drama.

    gobdogmangobdogman3 oy oldin
  • Hit dumpsters in new home neighborhoods and you'd be surprised the 2is that are thrown away, alot of it I see on job sites are over 40 inches,

    Shawn noneyaShawn noneya3 oy oldin
  • I would make him change it for 42 inch which is what you thought you had brought In the first place

    ValentineValentine3 oy oldin
  • 40x48 pallets(common grocery store ones).otherwise contact a pallet mfg or recycler and see what they have available , my guess 40 x48 will work.........simple ground feed for dairy cows and others in the midwest consists of about 50% oats40% corn (with cob) 2 bags molasses and 1 bag salt per grinder mixer loadall the farm animals devoured it(pigs do exceptional on it)

    ken berscheitken berscheit3 oy oldin
  • Tell him you want to return it if he says no some way tell him he can talk to your LAYWER, and that will be that.

    Abbie JohnstonAbbie Johnston3 oy oldin
  • How about getting heavy duty Cattle panels and you know how to weld! Weld 2 together and cut them to your correct size? Just a suggestion.

    Christine NANA GuyChristine NANA Guy3 oy oldin
  • Buy the 42-in and cut them down to 40

    Melissa MotcheckMelissa Motcheck3 oy oldin
  • Nebraska! My home state.

    Sue JahnsSue Jahns3 oy oldin
  • Get the 42 and let it over hang on the backside and wood to fill in the gaps

    Stephanie RobertsStephanie Roberts3 oy oldin
  • I do believe you can drop regular pallets on top of those rails. A 48" pallet would hang over, but you can either cut to fit or deal with the 6" overhang.

    Ken SpearsKen Spears3 oy oldin
  • I would get a metal blade for a skill saw and cut the 42in down

    brett knightenbrett knighten3 oy oldin
  • Why dont you keep the orange braces and see if the guy will trade you out if he always dealing with theme he knows he messed up if he does then he knows he sold you something he thought he had if not then he knows he had a 40 inch racks he was selling you

    tod hollandsworthtod hollandsworth3 oy oldin
  • All my feed has corn in it. I have goats, horses and chickens. My dairy goat pellets is a 16 percent pellet, the horses get a 12 percent pellet. The goat feed is formulated with extra copper and selenium for the goats and since they are dairy goats it has what they need for producing milk. The horse feed is for horses that are not used in competition, in fact I only have one horse that has been ridden and she is very green, she has not been ridden except for a walk and trot. She's in the beginning of training. Eventually, these horses will be used for trail riding. I have vertigo, so I won't be using them for speed events I will be using them for cow horses when I get moved to a property where I can raise grass fed beef.

    Starlene KalinskiStarlene Kalinski3 oy oldin
  • Just a thought what about livestock heavy gauge wire panels they come in different lengths and heights that may work for you

    Chance BernhardtChance Bernhardt3 oy oldin
  • Dutch is getting a saw mill with all the woods you have my be you do the same. be nice hard wood strong.

    Our Cabin In The woodsOur Cabin In The woods3 oy oldin
  • You need wood for your racks. You have lots of wood. It's behind you in most of your videos. If you don't want to cut trees, there are probably lots down. Cut how 10 -12 feet lengths. Take to someone with bandsaw mill. They'll cut what you need. And give suggestions on drying and using. I would try to find dead ash trees if they are in your area.

    Max SpikerMax Spiker3 oy oldin
  • Husky is a Home Depot Product not Lowes.

    Anthony PooleAnthony Poole3 oy oldin
  • Seems like a simple fix.. but yeah you got screwed

    Chip SammichChip Sammich3 oy oldin

    Chris JacksonChris Jackson3 oy oldin
  • Maybe try some old pallets

    jbk2420jbk24203 oy oldin
  • Arms family homestead you have plenty of trees out there take your 5 inch trees and split them in half

    proud to be a livestock haulerproud to be a livestock hauler3 oy oldin
  • Used pallet wood

    Danny GoinDanny Goin3 oy oldin
  • Know any welders?

    Meli AMeli A3 oy oldin
  • Can you use subfloor cut to size? 1 1/8 thick

    Russell SmithRussell Smith3 oy oldin
  • Even though I am on the other side of the pond! I love September too ... We are just coming out of winter and all the plants are waking up ... LOVE it ... and thanks for your video's

    Aussie GardenerAussie Gardener3 oy oldin
  • Daniel, I am not a racking expert but at work we have grates that are 42" so was able to imagine some ways to use a 42 grate on a 40 beam. Btw, your beam has a step and it is designed to have a grate that sits on that step with or without angle collar. However, you were talking about a grate with waterfall end. If you don't care if your deck does not have to sit on step, get the 42" wire deck with waterfall. You can either slice the 2" off and secure it on the beam OR insert a 2x4 lumber between waterfall and beam to keep it from moving. Just my thoughts and I'd do such if I am in your situation. Good luck bud.

    Bug ErinoBug Erino3 oy oldin
  • Use 2x6's for stickers like Home Depot

    John BatteJohn Batte3 oy oldin
  • If you put everything on Palets, it's not going to be a problem. All you need is your frontend loader to put stuff on your shelves.

    Bill BeckBill Beck3 oy oldin
  • You can get short pallet , will cost you about $5 ea sometime you can get them free.. those pallet are very strong and will last longest than plywood.. you May have to cut the pallet to 42 ‘’ . Good luck , hope this work for you ..

    DR Farm rodriguezDR Farm rodriguez3 oy oldin
  • Can you just cut 2 inches off the 42 inch with a torch or angle grinder? I don't know what it looks like. Just guessing.

    Edwin LeachEdwin Leach3 oy oldin
  • www.ebay.com/i/401408059039?chn=ps&norover=1&mkevt=1&mkrid=711-213727-13078-0&mkcid=2&itemid=401408059039&targetid=4580840328167961&device=c&mktype=&googleloc=&poi=&campaignid=403204656&mkgroupid=1235851284511226&rlsatarget=pla-4580840328167961&abcId=9300377&merchantid=51291&msclkid=68d4b3cd548f1b6ed57cecbc1e036bcd

    Mike LynchMike Lynch3 oy oldin
  • Find some used pallets. Most people will give them to you. You ( and Houston) can disassemble them and use the 2xs for support and the slats for shelving!

    Danny DerrisoDanny Derriso3 oy oldin
  • Maybe cut some channel or angle iron pieces for the cross braces and then cut down some stiff horse panel fencing and lay over it. Shop looks really nice. We recently moved and have a much larger shop than what we had, and I'm still trying to figure out things also. Best of luck to you. Hope to see an update on how you decide to resolve your dilemma.

    Dennis SwansonDennis Swanson3 oy oldin
  • Hardwood flooring.

    Lisa BrownLisa Brown3 oy oldin
  • A lot of grocery warehouse is just put pallets straight on split the pallets from front to back all those metal bars they don’t use the rack

    Stephen ForbesStephen Forbes3 oy oldin
  • buy the 42 inch and cut 2 inches off of the support brace and let the extra hang off the back

    drain the swamp 2.0drain the swamp 2.03 oy oldin
  • best way to fix it is sell them to Dutch and go buy the 42" 🤣🤣🤣

    Ricky HammondRicky Hammond3 oy oldin
  • Weld rebar on pig panels?

    Homegrown HenryHomegrown Henry3 oy oldin
  • Man you have all those trees that fell cut them up to fit. Use like a 2 inch thinkness they should last a long time.

    Lisa ChathamLisa Chatham3 oy oldin
  • Steel King sells 42" grates. Model - SR2000. Guy on market place is selling complete standalone's for 250 42x96x96 in sandsprings, ok

    mrgoodtimes05mrgoodtimes053 oy oldin
  • Not sure what shipping would cost. But here’s some 40”x46” waterfall wire shelving for $15 each. mrracks.com/ols/products/racks-w-40-x46-wire-decking. Might find some closer at a location closer to your location. As shown here, you may be able to use a 36” inside waterfall, depending on depth of the front and rear bars. This business is located in Tulsa. So closer to you. qualitymaterialhandling.com/products-welded-wire.php. Hope you can find what you need.

    Donna RadonskiDonna Radonski3 oy oldin
  • What size is your flag?

    Missy RetzlaffMissy Retzlaff3 oy oldin
  • Get in touch with Sawyer Ridge and see if they can mill some lumber for your racks or do 2x4 on edge with 3/4 plywood inserted on the inside lips and place it on 2 centers that will hold roughly 800 to 1000 lbs per shelf

    Gus BracewellGus Bracewell3 oy oldin
  • In the carpet industry that I am in we use metal tin it's ribbed so it fits in the groove perfectly

    Donald LoftisDonald Loftis3 oy oldin
  • You should go see Dutch get a few Oak logs from him have them milled then cut and put them in place.

    mharvey212mharvey2123 oy oldin
  • Oklahoma is oil country, why not notch 2"3/8th used tubing to fit cross ways w/couple pieces of angle iron tacked on here and there to screw to. Then your plywood would hold up well.

    Dennis MorganDennis Morgan3 oy oldin
  • About the feed .... How do you know the corn in the feed is not GMO

    The Grateful HippieThe Grateful Hippie3 oy oldin
  • My company sells & installs these systems. I’ll check on Monday about the 40” decking.

    Shrunken TreasuresShrunken Treasures3 oy oldin
  • Was hear

    Jalopy JoeJalopy Joe3 oy oldin
  • Daniel thank u I have been thinking of starting my own business 2 yrs I will be able to use my retirement money I am tired of working for someone else do u have idea on how to start my own business and I am also deaf and I am a Canadian living in Canada have no idea were to start and I am so excited about this and people I have talked to think this is a great idea please let me know

    Mary Ann TreleavenMary Ann Treleaven3 oy oldin
  • There's a rooster catch clean cook coming soon i think lol

    SuperDixxxieSuperDixxxie3 oy oldin
  • Danial I would use angle iron and hog panels. we ran into a problem at one of my customers with pallet racking and that what we used. It was pretty decently cheap.

    Runaway AcresRunaway Acres3 oy oldin
  • How about blue chip or white wood pallets you can turn them sideways, also you can put forks on your tractor to move them.

    Davis PratherDavis Prather3 oy oldin
  • I watch your videos all the time my cousin Tim owns Midwest storage in renwick Iowa he goes all over the United States he will hook you up his Warehouse is full of new and used shelving it's the size of probably one and a half football fields tell him Mikey sent you

    Mike HennigarMike Hennigar3 oy oldin
  • Just FYI husky brand products are from Home Depot

    Moose Flats FarmMoose Flats Farm3 oy oldin
  • Go to a local sawmill and see what rough cut oak lumber is. It will be way cheaper and tell them you'll take a lesser grade. It will still be as strong but might not look good. But your not after looks sense it will be cover up anyway.

    Mark ConnerMark Conner3 oy oldin
  • What about 5/4 board ? I don't know about your area but its not to pricy here in Ga a lot less less than 2+6 ...Higher than normal but not outrageous,,,its strong I would think it would be fine .

    Tim RutledgeTim Rutledge3 oy oldin
  • Build a form and pour yourself some high tensile strength concrete shelving...Super durable and really not heavy when using high strength cement.

    박길수박길수3 oy oldin
  • You can buy the 42 inch racks and trim the cross supports. The supports are just u shaped metal and can be trimmed on the back side. They would have to be trimmed or they would sit at an angle.

    Along The WayAlong The Way3 oy oldin
  • hmmmm. Its called a pallet rack? Why dont you just fix the issue by putting pallets on the racks? Did you really need a video for this LOL

    Richard ScarlettRichard Scarlett3 oy oldin
  • Diamond grate like they use for ramps on tail gates on trailers.

    Tanks critters and urban homesteadingTanks critters and urban homesteading3 oy oldin
  • If it was an accident then he would have offered to refund your money or exchange it for one the right size. He sells them for a living!! To bad you can't buy the 42in shelving and cut it down to size

    CurisityKilledTheCat NoneCurisityKilledTheCat None3 oy oldin
  • How about cattle or hog fence

    Mystic MeadowsMystic Meadows3 oy oldin
  • We joined an animal FEED co-op and it brought our costs down...

    Michael McbratneyMichael Mcbratney3 oy oldin
  • If I was going to purchase the rack set up you did, I would have gone to Home Depot and Lowe's to check their systems out...Just thinking out loud...

    Michael McbratneyMichael Mcbratney3 oy oldin
  • I think if you cut what you bought to length...tack it back to get the strength...id do that..so that your waterfall sits in the notch....thats what I'd do...so that it sits flush and you dont have to worry about the rack getting caught on something on the outside. Or...i know itll take longer...id weld the waterfall rack...directly to the rack.

    James DudleyJames Dudley3 oy oldin
  • Did the guy give you your money back at all?

    Lauren H JenquinLauren H Jenquin3 oy oldin
  • I think you got scammed on the pallet racks you bought, not on the shop build, per the title.

    Heather D.Heather D.3 oy oldin
  • I've worked with this stuff before cut off the ends in bend it around with the new end on the back. By the way keep up the amazing work been following you for a long time.

    CJM FarmsCJM Farms3 oy oldin
  • What about using actual pallets to use then put your stuff on them

    Ashley CamciAshley Camci3 oy oldin
  • So sorry about the racks. Dang

    Ava Potterfield and FriendsAva Potterfield and Friends3 oy oldin
  • Lovely Arms Family, Please go against GMO and become organic, it is the way for our children, grand children and our planet.......

    Tree HuggerTree Hugger3 oy oldin
  • David said it correctly below. If no room in back, buy the lumber.

    Dutch BryantDutch Bryant3 oy oldin
  • could u possible cut up some of the trees that have fallen down around the property ?

  • He should have made it right and replace the racks

    Linda GullageLinda Gullage3 oy oldin
  • apexwarehousesystems.com/shop/used-pallet-rack-inventory/accessories-used-inventory/used-wire-decking/

    BigRed F100BigRed F1003 oy oldin
  • You have a lot of trees on your property... mill yourself some lumber!!! Raw cut thick wood might work!

    NurseSheri SNurseSheri S3 oy oldin
  • Use pallet board

    Noah SorgNoah Sorg3 oy oldin
  • Find other pallet rack companies and see if they have shelving. One in Minnesota had some 40" listed. www.sjf.com/wire_deck.html

    BigRed F100BigRed F1003 oy oldin
  • Can you not use Bolts/washers on the shelving and drill holes for them on your rails on the top part of the rail. You will have a little over hang on the front. That way you can use the 42 inch shelving on the 40 inch railing. Bolt head up and the nut on the bottom.

    Cilandia LaneCilandia Lane3 oy oldin
  • Buy the 42 inch shelves and strap them on and put a spacer in it.

    sebw1964sebw19643 oy oldin