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I wanted to make something to make the Wii Fit workouts a little more challenging, so I decided to throw together a quick way to increase the height ...
To make the same configuration as I did, you will need:Some kind of "board"... I used a sheet of MDF cut into 3 12x20" pieces2x4 - 4 pieces @ 12" long...
Pre-drill and screw through the board into the 2x4's - set the screws slightly under the surface so you do not scratch your floors, or catch the screw...
You will end up with 3 pieces... two boards with 2x4's attached and one that is just a board.On the one that doesn't have 2x4s on it, carefully measur...
Hammer the rivets in the small holes you drilled. This should be a tight fit... you don't want them coming out.You will also need to make the other h...
If all your holes were drilled correctly, the three pieces should stack in any configurationYou can make as many of these pieces as you want to make i...
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