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Old 01-27-2011, 05:31 AM   #211
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Wow nice mouth. You kiss that future wife of yours with it .
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Old 01-27-2011, 05:46 AM   #213
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Yo biggus71

35x65x12" deep is 85 cubicyards x $32 a cubic yard of screened topsoil = $2720. Dont know the delivery charge but can call for ya. Hes in bergan county.

If you do a 6" base that should leave enought for the layout????
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Old 01-27-2011, 06:03 AM   #215
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Yo biggus71

35x65x12" deep is 85 cubicyards x $32 a cubic yard of screened topsoil = $2720. Dont know the delivery charge but can call for ya. Hes in bergan county.

If you do a 6" base that should leave enought for the layout????
That may work. I think from the guys posting that we should go with topsoil. I'm drawing up a scale layout to optimize the space there. I think you might like some of the ideas.
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Description $18.00 per sf
10,800sf former Roller Rink on 2.3 acres - Huge Parking Lot plus 5000sf out-bldg (to be rebuilt). Very Visible - Clear Span Bldg w/ very High Ceilings & full Hardwood Floor. JOIN-CVS Pharmacy, STS Tire, Autozone, TGI Friday, Outback Steakhouse, McDonald's, White Castle, new Walgreens and more. Also possible ground lease - near Commerce Blvd. intersection.

Property is on the East bound side of RT 46. Easy access to Rtes 10, 15 and 80.
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Here is a little info I found online, This could be large enough for off road . onroad, oval and to fly heli's /small planes inside to open it up to more potential income. I have been looking at this place to open this type of facility but I don't have the funds to back it.
i know this place, it would be AWESOME, but yeah that lease would be rough. also, its a half mile from my house
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the dog was going but with this snow it dont look good, and by the way the dog leaves when he wants, i get my track time and im happy, just takes to long , 3 heats is good enough for me.lets get going with this dirt, or ill have to go carpet racing again (not).
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is CARLO ESCOBAR GONNA BE THERE TODAY I GOTS A JOB FOR HIM...
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If the pit area is 40' wide how deep should it be?
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Yo biggus71

35x65x12" deep is 85 cubicyards x $32 a cubic yard of screened topsoil = $2720. Dont know the delivery charge but can call for ya. Hes in bergan county.

If you do a 6" base that should leave enought for the layout????
aldo, i bought screen topsoil for my yard from mulch depot. they were the cheapest i could find. delivery fee is $65. they are in boonton. 973-263-0440
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If the pit area is 40' wide how deep should it be?
My girl says that my 10 inches is too deep.....lol
For pits at least 24" if not more.
More the better....oh she says that also LOL
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aldo, i bought screen topsoil for my yard from mulch depot. they were the cheapest i could find. delivery fee is $65. they are in boonton. 973-263-0440
I just came across their website.
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My girl says that my 10 inches is too deep.....lol
For pits at least 24" if not more.
More the better....oh she says that also LOL
Take your arm out.

I'm trying to make the track area as big as possible with the space we have. I'm just making a rough drawing to see what people think.
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Old 01-27-2011, 08:02 AM   #225
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Aldo do u have part# Ofn37220
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