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C-141

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About C-141

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  • Birthday 08/08/1949

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  • Location
    New Jersey
  • Occupation
    Retired Pilot AF, TWA, & AA

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    Everything!
  • Favorite Decorating Holiday?
    Christmas

LOR Software

  • LOR Software Version
    5.4.0
  • License Level
    Pro

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  1. The RGB tree is the Light-O-Rama kit I bought when it was on sale last year. I did not use all the kit and changed it with my own design. http://store.lightorama.com/pitrkit16sto.html My tree sits on a wood 4" x 6" base about 10"off the ground where I have a 3' metal ring that is used to attach the 16 RGD strings. The tree is about 7' tall. With the singing trees frame, I used 2"x 2"x 8' cedar I bought at Home Depot. https://www.homedepot.com/p/2-in-x-2-in-x-8-ft-Premium-S4S-Cedar-Lumber-0510820/207077528. I used 1"x 1"angle aluminum to secure the black panel to the frame on all four sides. I
  2. I made frames for all four singing Xmas trees last year. I take photos of my project in case others would like know how build my my projects. I made my own leaping arches and modified the RGB pixel kit so it was easy to setup on any surface. If you want to know more about the framing for the trees let me know. You can keep it simple. Mine are very flexible. Can hang on home, sit on solid surface, or on grass. Depends on what you want to spend. The basic frame is very light weight. If interested it would be better to talk over the phone. Pete YouTube.
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