hey everybody thanks for dropping by today we have this carport right here that was had a general contractor come in and put a end wall on it so that way we can put a garage door in here it was wide open and the client was having problems with you know rodents getting in and chewing wires up on his motorcycle and you know just causing havoc you know which chew up some wires on a motorcycle that’s gonna cost cost some money you know so we’re gonna eliminate that today I’m gonna put this 14 by 7 in and getting them all nice and closed up let’s go check it out on the inside so like says it’s a carport kind of see the structure there’s an in-wall on this end you know with a man door but this this end right here was wide open got this 14 by 7 ready to go up just got the final trim up want to get after it looks like it might be a little bit tight thank God I got some 12 inch radius tracking where it curbs you know I don’t want the door hitting the ceiling we’ll see now after I get the door and we’re gonna put up this Chamberland model be 45 45 it’s got the article camera this sucker is ultra quiet three-quarter horsepower got all the goodies that comes with it so all right I’m gonna get it cracking on it okay so I got a panel in there and I did a little measuring and if you’re unsure if you know you’re going to if your drums going to hit the ceiling because that’s the highest point is the drum you know listen what you can do you can lay your track out put your flag on put your in bearing plate you know put your drum where it’s supposed to go you know just lay it out on the floor and then you can take a tape measure hook it on the bottom run it all the way the top of the and that’s gonna give you you know the max height of this so then you take that number with the number that you have right there and you know just minus the difference if you have to cut you know inch and a half two inches off in this case I got to go a little bit more I’m going to have to end up making some different cables because obviously seven-foot cables are going to be long and we kind of see what the spring does with the balance out they have to re-weigh it and you know see if that’s correct but I think everything is going to fall out just fine I got to cut a little bit more than I like off the bottom of the vertical but you know you just sometimes you know it is what it is you got to make it happen make it work come up with a game plan solution execute but let me get after it cut these tracks and that way I can start stacking and tracking all right he got her all done so this is a fourteen by seven c-h-i 2250 sandstone color yeah it’s like 105 degrees here today in Texas bending this carport it was SuperDuper hot so I’d like to thank mr.Kelso for this fan man he saved the day with this there you go guys ended up needing to use quick turn brackets because you know cutting down that track I cut you know about two and a half inches off the bottom so I cut some vertical off down there and kind of had to do the bearing plate a little bit differently I had to scoot it this way a little war took the grinder cut this part off so that way I was able to move the bearing that way towards the wall a little bit yeah this was this was a little bit of a challenge I mean had to retrofit this stuff so let’s give it a ride

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all right there we go looks pretty cool got the Chamberlain in there an article camera so that way we can point this thing at the door and we’ll make sure no one’s messing around or you can swing it around point it at this walk door over here

as you can see the quick turn brackets oh good turn whoo missed that drum yes sir

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yeah if you got a carport you may want to think about converting it if it doesn’t have a cable end on it this job is SuperDuper fun and look forward doing the next one where I gotta use my noggin hey thanks for following along peace out Cub Scouts