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Thanks--I made one previously that was off just enough to be uncomfortable. This seems to work and is quite steady.
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Nice instructable, thanks! I figured out a way to use a 3" hole saw to make the 1/4 circle cut outs. I pegged it together with hardwood dowels and stained it medium oak. It started as a pine board. Took a lot longer than I planned :) Art of Manliness is excellent.
Wooden shoe shine box
Here it is
I made one with a synthetic wine cork. I am a minimalist fly fisher, so thanks.
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I now have two of these, one for road and one for mountain. Great idea, thanks!
Tame Your Trolley Jack
I like it. 1, because it provides a flat loading plane, unlike my stock Honda rack which has a weird camber that makes things want to slide off. And 2, because it has protruding ends. If you rely on the dolly knot to hold down loads you need knobs, hooks or other protrusions. Rings and eyes just don't do it. Could you drill the top holes larger and hide the nuts inside the square tubes?
Thanks for the feedback on my first attempt! I am a chronic DIYer, surrounded by knots, cantilevers, improbable plumbing, sagging fences, and high mileage vehicles. Why not share some of my age, if not wisdom, I thought. Good job, Instructables!
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