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  • It really sucks trying to set up this camera!
    By BigdaddyT, on November 30, 2016
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  • I love the clean look of this simple planter. I think it would really pop on a wooden dinning table.
    By Deeply Southern Home, on March 17, 2015

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  • Wow amazing and you explanation make it easy for everyone!
    By pedrosantiago1, on March 28, 2015

  • on my 2Do list now ... tysm
    By uWishuCould, on October 5, 2015
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  • What angle is the jig used to drill holes on angle
    By WillbanksFamily, on January 13, 2015
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  • Consider cutting the bucket down a few inches to get a wider stance on the legs. The way this is configured using the standard bucket, the center of balance on the stool is a bit high, and makes it prone to tipping over easily.
    By murtaugh, on August 15, 2016

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  • The steps describe a diagram, is this available somewhere? thanks, Matt
    By mg4345, on November 4, 2014

  • Hi Matt, the diagram has been added - see the link above the first step. Thank you!
    By RYOBI_ROCKS, on November 5, 2014

  • I really can't wait to see how long it takes for some kid to plow into something and that stylish aggressive geometry decapitates the kid. Can you really not see how dangerous this thing is? This is an example of style over function!
    By kerrycwells, on November 13, 2014

  • A little heavy for a sled especially for a kid to handle. No steering capability. That will certainly be exciting. Have to agree with kerrycwells. Try 3/4" PVC trim boards for the frame and maybe 1/4" fiberboard (glue and screw) for skin with a few coats of poly to seal against moisture.
    By aitchilm, on December 3, 2014

  • Cool design but concerns on plywood joints (water) and overall safety. Perhaps a modified design of using kerf relief cuts in the 3/4" plywood vs cutting 8 different pieces for the underside. That would allow bending the front in a traditional style toboggan while keeping plywood base in one piece vs relying on some screws. Some 6" or 8" wide X 3/4" pine can be formed to support the front of the unit.
    By Danstools, on January 24, 2015
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