Step 1: The Stuff
Fan- From one of those tacky iflatible palm trees
Metal Chair- I got one from my church
Safety Wire- $5-$10 at hardware shops
Big Speaker- Found an old steel one at my church as well
Quickcrete- $3 on sale
Light Fixture- Got an old one from my chicken coop ($5 new)
Steel Pipe- Found behind my church, probably could be found at a junkyard
Tire Rim- can be found at a junkyard to
A Hack Saw- Every man should have one of these
I think that covers it- on to Step 2
Step 2: The Quickcrete
Mix the Quickcrete according to the instructions
I mixed about 3/8 bag of quickcrete to 3/4 gallon of water.
Put the water, Quickcerete, and clay in a 5-gallon bucket.
Mix the mix until it is kind of like grey mud.
Step 3: The Stand
Strip the speaker of the paper, the magnet, and copper coil until there is nothing but metal left.
Attach the speaker to the chair with the satey wire make sure it is very surdy (you may weld if you like).
Step 4: The Guts of the Heat
If holes are in the tire rim put tin foil over them (several layers thick).
Put the lid of the BSA tin over th axel hole on the tire.
Step 5: The Heat
Be very careful to allow no air pockets under the crete, as they will explode, and hurt.
After the layer of Quickcrete is 3in-4in thick, smooth the surface.