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Also I might just start from scratch and make a v2 with it being planned out more. cause I literally just drew a quick sketch on a notepad, went to the hobby store, bought some dowels and stuff I thought I would need went home and just started to cut. So if you really wanted to make something all you would need is imagination and patience. But if you want the thing you make to look good (professional) *cough* then you would need to sit down and think for a little bit. :)
I am going to make this for my dad for fathers day and i was wondering how long the pieces for the water wheel were? P.S. i love this project!!! 
hey that's awesome! :), and sorry for being so late and to be honest I guessed on most of the project ;). but if you still want exact i would say 1" inch if you want to make it the same size.
I'm excited you are going to create a step by step! This is looking wonderful! Voted for you for the I made it! Good luck!
Wow! Great water wheel. You definitely have enough pictures here to create a step-by-step Instructable so other people can make one too!
Thanks, It took me me a little while to finish it. Im still not done though. I just put it up as pictures to show people what i made so far. When im 100% done with it ill definitely make a step-by-step instructable.

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