Step 4: Cut the Foot Angles

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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