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Great job Jack! I found your instructions well written and easy to follow. My granddaughter will be excited to build and play with this project.Jack, a small safety note. Please clamp the boat body to the drill press table so the drill bit does not bind in the wood and throw the boat at the builder. I look forward to more of your projects.
How would I make a lime scented aftershave?
This is so cool. I have two trees and I have collected apples from one tree. I have over 15 five gallon buckets of apples. I am looking forward to making cider. Thank you for this instructable.
Great information. I (being a genius ) drilled a hole into my RV water tank. I used a milk bottle, a bumper soldering iron and a heat gun to repair my unintentional drain. The heat gun worked the best. The biggest problem was with no way to support the interior of the tank and the tank started to melt. Adding multiple layers and increasing the diameter of the each patch solved that problem. I tested the tank (45 gallons) weld by filling it with water and let it sit in the sun for a week and everything held together. Big hint don't drill holes in the the floor of your RV.
I think he means the beer that is a little to drink.
That's a lot of beer.
Can you replace the batteries. Instead of one magnet at each end can I use two 0.5 inch magnets on each end. I have thin magnets. Using them will save me from purchasing more. She who must be obeyed is also Scrooge.