So you throw the shims, adhesive, caulk gun, level, etc. in the bed of your truck and finally get a hand lifting the big top on your A-frame trailer at a time when you can sneak away and install right quick. You cut your helper loose after about 10 minutes because you can move these things around and he's on track to be on OT by Thursday morning, and you bid tightly. Everything looks tight and fits right with a shim or two, so you figure you can glue everything down and be home for dinner tonight and dammit...the tube of adhesive has been roughed up bouncing around the back of your truck.
So you try to straighten that junk...nothing doing. You realize angle-grinders-spanner-wrenches are for you are like swag for a media-maven. So you make a pool of glue and scoop it with the wrenches like this:
So you make it happen. And you submit your invoice, and hope you get paid and can plow that money into land, molds, and training people to take the whole team to the next level. Maybe none of it matters, but it looks cool and you are thankful for the job you made for yourself. Here are some shots of the install: