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This Railroad Spike Hanger is an easy instructable.. Yes... it has simple welding step a friend can do for you.. And looks cool like a Spike barely touching ...
MATERIALS : An Iron Railroad Spike A 3/8" Lag Bolt.. I had a lag eye HAND TOOLS : A Hack Saw $ 3.99 each Metal 24TPI ( Teeth ...
Place the Lag bolt firmly in a vice and use a hacksaw with a 24 TPI ( a good ) metal cutting blade and cut the Lag bolt ...
The sharp end of the spike needs a small V cut into it to capture the Lag bolt. Simply cut the V into it using the hacksaw and ...
Here you want to join the Railroad Spike to a Lag Bolt.. Use the metal brush to clean the RR Spike Tip around the V. Weld the Lag ...
To mount the Railroad Spike on a suitable post or 2x4 stud. Use a 3/8" wood or spade drill at about a 15° down angle and drill a ...
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