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(In the near future I will be attempting to upgrade to steel ballast) TRY AT YOUR OWN RISK: I WILL NOT BE HELD ACCOUNTABLE FOR INJURY or DEATH ...
- a Plastic drum 50-55 gallon (about person sized) - one or more 5 gallon buckets - medium strength rope - about 12 ft of 2X4 - enough ...
Using the saw, cut a hole in the side of the barrel one inch smaller than your acrylic. Drill out the holes where the screws will go in ...
1) learn how to mix cement, if you cant find someone who can there is no real way of telling how much cement will be needed to sink ...
Mixed cement should be poured into buckets as molds. A bolt should be set in the cement with a washer to hold it in, and suspended in the ...
4 foot long sections of 2x4 work well as frame to suspend the weights from. The way in which one attaches the ropes that suspend the frame is ...
I don't have any pictures, but ill see if i can put some up later. It would be a good idea to install a valve at the top ...
SAFTY = PRIORITY if you DIE, I am not responsible, YOU took this on at your own risk drowning is very possible in the device, I suggest using ...
Stylish and Low Cost 55 Gallon Drum Plantersby noahw
The best RAIN BARREL for less than $15, and where to find a barrelby stylnpzzalvr
Rainwater Cisternby RushFan
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Earth Box from a Plastic Barrelby kentdvm
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