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Step 4: Cut the Foot Angles

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One of the feet happend to be 45 degrees, which was nice. The other one was tricky because the angle was greater than the saw could do. So I propped it up with a two by four and braced it with a wedge of wood and pushed on the propped up part. Next lay the  newly cut  wood up against another board to make sure the angles match up.
 
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danzo3212 years ago
I get what you did but really, there is no need for feet to sit so utterly flat on the ground. Might just round off feet --?