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haha reminds me of 8th grade
you could add hooks horizonally 2 feet or so from the top all the way around and run chains to them so that if the leg is kicked, the chain keeps it from moving.
great build. i was going to make one out of rebar or solid round stock at work. I was gonna bend the stock at the top with a torch, but conduit sounds like it will be way lighter for transport. good job.
I'll be happy to when drummers quit calling themselves drummers.
we had one on the front porch when I was a kid. did a really good job of getting mud off shoes.
extra spark plugs and a plug wrench might not be a bad idea as well a bread twist tie. Remove the plastic from the tie and the wire is perfect for clearing a plugged carburator jet.
I was thinking the same thing
all pallets entering or leaving the country have to be pressure treated. you will know because they are stamped as being pressure treated. We used to ship quite a bit of bagged sand to Amsterdam and south america and we always had to make sure to use our "export pallets" or run the risk of having the load rejected at customs.
i left my pallets whole and used 2x2's as cleats to help support the additional weight. also, I used pallets on the bottom so that if my shop did spring a leak, my stuff was up off the floor. stapling cardboard to the pallets will also help with smaller items falling thru and keep boxes from catching on the slats. might not be an issue if your shelves are 18"and not 40" like mine.
been making these out of a sheet of paper since early 80's. Literally takes 10 seconds to make.
you reach into your pocket to get you're keys as you approach your car. keys , key fob,key ring catches the lighter and out it goes.
I used to see ads in catalogs for used soap molds all the time back in the 80's. Put slivers in, when it fills up, soak on hot water and compress the two halves together. Presto, a larger bar ready to go. As body wash and the internet gained popularity, both the bar molds and the paper catalogs disappeared.
Pepsi is never a suitable replacemant for a coke float, jack and coke, crown and coke, and anything else with coke in the name. Rootbeer floats are acceptable. If you want ultimate coke float, add a couple shots of Rum Chata in it.
instead of using a saw to straighten boards, you could have easily used your router as a jointer.
or you could get a butter dish and leave on table or counter and then the butter is always soft and easily spreadable.
whether it's legal or not would depend on where you live. It's pefectly legal where I live.
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