Hidden in Wall Gun Cabinet With Hidden Keypad
Not at all... All built to fit.
Wooden Two-Cockpit Runabout
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Raspberry Pi As Chromecast Alternative (Raspicast)
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Building a "Pintail" Duckboat Pt 1
Bike Frame Bag From a Recycled SailView Instructable »
Underground Drinks Cooler
No, it was Edensaw. http://www.edensaw.com/MainSite/Store1/Store/CategoryHome/1092
Weight Bench (5 Position,Flat/Incline) Doubles As Patio Bench
Looks great - that's a surprisingly difficult joint to get right. Good call on the pocket hole screws.
Wood closet clothes rods are the right diameter. Most people do that, and it's quite adequate!
Thanks.I've heard that about viking chess, but not the name Hnefatafi. I've also heard they may have originally played with skulls and femurs after raiding a village... a gross thought, but interesting nevertheless.
Hardwood KubbView Instructable »
Down Hammock Underquilt - Ultralight, 20*F
I think that depends on the brand of BBQ and availability of the valves. The simple solution is to close the gas valve on the tank every time you're done using it. But it might be a problem with the gas regulator. Too much pressure going to those valves and they'd blow out pretty quick. And make sure you're using the right valves - Natural gas and Propane operate at different pressures and often us different components.
BBQ FixView Instructable »
Rock Buggy Body for RedCat Gen7
Teardrop Camper Made From Wood
Jeep TJ Rocker Panels in 1 HourView Instructable »
Web-connected Glow Pillows
Building a Keg Still (Bokakob Design, Reflux Still)
Build a Keg Still for Whiskey (Pot Still Design)
This one is on the longer end already - 91". I can find up to 114", but that would've only allowed me to extend the frame 6 inches after flipping the axle (the drive pulley is biased about 3" forward of the axle centerline).
Gearing. The easiest pulley to swap out is the drive pulley on the engine with a bigger one. But on my particular mower, it has a molded frame guard to keep the belt from slipping off. So I'll be putting a smaller pulley on the transmission. But keep in mind a mower is designed to go slow, so you should also upgrade brakes, steering, suspension. Check out https://www.instructables.com/How-to-make-a-racing-lawn-mower/This instructable shows a lot of the process of making a fast mower. Most of the guys making racing mowers basically turn them into a go kart with hydraulic steering, geared transmission, tight steering.
Thanks for the tip. I cleaned it up decently well, but have some edge banding for people without tetanus shots.
Thanks! Those are some very inspiring words. I'd love to win it, but there are a lot of other really cool projects out there. This is a project I had been interested in doing for some time, so it's a happy coincidence that it corresponded with a contest. I'm in western Washington, and I'm always looking for an old truck cab to use to turn my ranger into a 4x4 rat rod. I just love that car style.I have a treehouse instructable from a couple years ago that you may appreciate as a woodworker. It's transformed a bit since first built...https://www.instructables.com/Treehouse-Build/
It has more power than it knows what to do with. The next step is Gearing. Then brakes
Ha ha my wife doesn't know about it yet... She came to my shop to bring me coffee, and I had to hide it under a shipping crate!
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Cheesy Leftover Mashed Potato Cups
Portable Skeeball Game
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Folded horn passive phone speaker
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