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That is a great, and reasonable question. I really don't remember the details. I only purchased the 1x2 box steel, and paint. I did buy expensive primer and paint - it has held up very well. vague memory , about $100 on steel and $100 on paint. I am not counting welding wire, gas, scrap steel, concrete, etc. - If i did it again i would use heavier steel , at least for the legs, then i could put up a hammock :)
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Beautiful. Thanks for sharing - also well done on the instructable!
I love this. I was thinking i would do all the writing on each wrench, to provide even more metric to US contrast. thanks for sharing.
Beautiful work! Thanks for sharing!
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this is super clever, and a great instructable! thanks for sharing!
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