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chrisdk

Member Since: 03/2018

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  1. Comment Reply: about 1 month ago
    Fire Pit Swing : chrisdk
    Thanks. Minimum depth is 28” for 10” diameter concrete encasements. Ideally you just need to meet your local frost line depth. So check this map and you’ll know if yours are deep enough. Fence posts are less critical than a structure such as this. 

    http://www.hammerpedia.com/frost-line-map/
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    • What an awesome relaxing space you've created! Seriously, so cool and well built!!
      By RYOBI NATION, on August 7, 2018

    • Very cool! How deep did you bury your 6x6s and did you cement them? I just worked on a fence project with 4x4s cemented 2' deep, and the comments about it at work are frustrating.
      By essemcee, on October 12, 2018
      • Thanks. Minimum depth is 28” for 10” diameter concrete encasements. Ideally you just need to meet your local frost line depth. So check this map and you’ll know if yours are deep enough. Fence posts are less critical than a structure such as this. 

        http://www.hammerpedia.com/frost-line-map/
        By chrisdk, on October 12, 2018
      • Good thing fence posts aren't structural! I’d have to go about 5’ deep to avoid frost; probably be better off insulating. Went with 8” tubes, so I’m crossing my fingers... thanks for the info. 
        By essemcee, on October 13, 2018
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  3. Comment Reply: 6 months ago
    Mini-Shop : chrisdk
    Ryobi Infrared Thermometer

  4. Comment Reply: 8 months ago
    Shed Shop : chrisdk
    12 in. Sliding Miter Saw. Pairing that with my new 10 in. Table Saw allows me to make almost all the cuts I'll need.
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    • Really great organization! We dig all the green!!
      By RYOBI NATION, on March 16, 2018

    • Soo cool very organized and clean
      By Edwin_Designs, on March 17, 2018

    • You've got quite the collection and now it's nicely organized!
      By RYOBI NATION, on March 19, 2018

    • What is that tool to the right of your jig saw?
      By Pandabreads, on April 3, 2018
      • Ryobi Infrared Thermometer

        By chrisdk, on June 4, 2018
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    • Nice set-up! Which RYOBI tool is your most used??
      By RYOBI NATION, on March 16, 2018
      • 12 in. Sliding Miter Saw. Pairing that with my new 10 in. Table Saw allows me to make almost all the cuts I'll need.
        By chrisdk, on March 16, 2018
      • That's awesome! We are glad your RYOBI tools help get the job done!
        By RYOBI NATION, on March 19, 2018
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    • These are not only useful but they look great too!
      By RYOBI NATION, on March 8, 2018
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