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Old 02-07-2014, 07:29 PM   #11
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I am tempted to get one and put it up on some land my family owns for a hunting camp/hiding place.

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now that is just downright cool! i want one to use as a Man Cave!

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I agree it is pretty darn cool but I do not see how a little blower can lift that structure up with with it already being wet and having a door already in it.
And yes I saw it on video so it must be right I don't know though
the enginer in me makes me go huh.

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I agree it is pretty darn cool but I do not see how a little blower can lift that structure up with with it already being wet and having a door already in it.
And yes I saw it on video so it must be right I don't know though
the enginer in me makes me go huh.

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i have to agree. that once that concrete material is wetted, it's probably not very lightweight. but some of those leafblowers are pretty stout too. maybe it has to be in how the structure is sealed when you are using the leafblower to inflate it?
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I left houses with air so it can be done I have airbags that will lift 32 tons each but I don't see how a leaf blower can do it I would suggest a compressor but that's my opinion it would sucked to have the leaf blower quit working half way up and you got a wet concrete about to set .and no way to get it up that's just my opinion lol

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I wish we had those fancy "Wigwams". But what the hell is a leave-blower?

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One drawback is being in desert region and water is value! That would great in the tropical and rainy regions.

Check out the brochure on this. I would love to have one!

http://www.concretecanvas.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/10/1208-CCS-Civil-Brochure.pdf

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In the desert regions they are attached to "Urinals".

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