After several comments asking for instructions, here it is, my knex stool. I couldn't take the seat apart (where the legs connect to the top) very well. So if you need more pictures please ask. Thanks to TheRacker for the idea about the tires. Enjoy building.
     p.s. If you want specifics and more pictures of it finish (without tires) here is the link.

                        Parts List
  • grey connectors - 56
  • light grey connectors - 28
  • red connectors - 72
  • green connectors - 40
  • yellow connectors - 20
  • white connectors - 35
  • orange connectors - 28
  • purple connectors - 173
  • blue connectors - 25
  • green rods - 180
  • white rods - 209
  • blue rods - 152
  • yellow rods 84
  • blue clip - 4
  • Y-clip - 68
  • blue spacer - 36
  • silver spacer - 9
  • medium tires - 8
  • black hinge hinge half - 2
  • hinges or ball and sockets - 8

Step 1: The Seat Part 1

The seat is pretty complex. If you need more pictures please ask.
could u post like a step by step plz
That's what ^this^ is.
i sat on it then 5 seconds later i fell!!!! LOL! <br>
What broke?
the leg stoll <br>
I'm sorry, I'm not familiar with what a &quot;stoll&quot; is.
stool <br>
where would i put another support and how?
I would put another support half way in-between the other cross brace and the top. As to the how, I would build the thing in step 4 and 5 that attaches the other cross brace.
i built it and it barely holds my weight so id deffently need another support but the ones ive come up with make the legs bow in/out any ideas? <br>
Hmmmm. This is kind of hard explain since I took apart the stool. I would try experimenting with it. Maybe by trying the cross brace on different parts of the leg. Or experimenting with different rods or rod/connector combos. Sorry I couldn't be much help:(
This is amazing man! There are few things I see on here that I actually want to build, but this is one of them. Great job, keep up building things like this!<br>
Thank you. Hope I can keep you interested :)
This is the first thing I've built in almost a year and I'm surprising pleased! (and it was fun build at that!) It doesn't quite pull off my weight but it acts as a great small table!
It took you only 2 hours to make?!
Probably more like 3 hours of actually building. Include me getting distracted and having to do homework more like 7 hours.
Some people actually want to pass there classes and get done with school
Wow! Looks great! I like the the red connectors on the legs better. I'm glad you like it :)
is it durable and strong enough to carry a lamp and other items. How many lbs can it carry? <br>
Yes it is. If you want to it's easy to make the legs longer and the top wider, that is if you are using it as a table. As to the weight, as far as I have tested it can support up to 200lb, but I would definitely add another cross brace for 150lb. and up.
Very nice, just made it and it can hold me easily (150lbs). 5*
Thank you.
Looking nice man! Do you have any idea of how much weight it holds?
Thanks. There is a link in the description that takes you to the specifics.
Great job on the instructions man!
Thanks :)

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Bio: Hi, I'm KneXtreme. I'm a Christian and I'm home schooled. I love to build with almost anything especially knex. I also do ... More »
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