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Walker101

Member Since: 12/2018

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    • Nice work! This table is very versatile for dining or display. Thanks for sharing!
      By RYOBI Nation, on February 13, 2019
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  1. Comment: 21 days ago
    Pistol Grip
    Great job that looks awesome.
    By Walker101
  2. Comment Reply: 21 days ago
    Picnic table with storage : Walker101
    It’s hazy jade from valspar. Satin exterior. She wanted it to look antique so I put two thick coats on it and sanded it some. Any exposed wood I coated with boiled linseed oil which acts as a sealant and adds to the antique look.
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    • Love the color. What is it? 
      By kyleepete, on January 27, 2019
      • It’s hazy jade from valspar. Satin exterior. She wanted it to look antique so I put two thick coats on it and sanded it some. Any exposed wood I coated with boiled linseed oil which acts as a sealant and adds to the antique look.
        By Walker101, on January 27, 2019

    • What a great table! We love the versatility of it, and it looks awesome on the porch. Thank you for sharing!
      By RYOBI Nation, on February 4, 2019
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  4. Comment Reply: about 1 month ago
    Rustic end table : Walker101
    Thanks here’s the dimensions.
    28.5” tall, 14.5” wide, 19” long 
    I used 1x8s for top piece 1x4s for the legs and bottom shelf. For the top side pieces I cut a 1x4 in half. I used 1&1/4” finishing nails. If it’s for outside boiled linseed oil will put a good stain on it and treat it against water. I made it with scraps I had so what materials I had determined it’s dimensions.

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    • Wow, nice work! The leg design is beautiful!
      By RYOBI Nation, on January 20, 2019
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  6. Comment: about 2 months ago
    Patio cooler
    That looks awesome. Looks like a fun build.
    By Walker101
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    • We are huge fans of the dual-purpose projects, and we know @The Ironmower will be thrilled he inspired this build for your daughter. Excellent job! 
      By RYOBI Nation, on December 26, 2018
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  8. Comment: 2 months ago
    Patio Furniture
    Great work. That would be perfect for around a fire pit.
    By Walker101
  9. Comment: 2 months ago
    Entry Table
    That looks awesome and just like something you would get at a store. 
    By Walker101
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    • What a great way to use leftover materials! This looks great, we know your cousin and their child will love it! 
      By RYOBI Nation, on December 19, 2018
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  11. Comment: 2 months ago
    Motorcyle
    Once again great work and attention to detail. Very impressive.
    By Walker101
  12. Comment: 2 months ago
    Steam Locomotive and Coal Tender
    Awesome train. Great job on all of the detail work. That’s takes some skill.
    By Walker101
  13. Comment: 2 months ago
    sandbox picnic table
    That’s an awesome design and I like how it can be used for storage as well.
    By Walker101
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    • We love seeing scrap lumber turned into something great! Awesome use of leftover materials in this end table. Nice job! 
      By RYOBI Nation, on December 11, 2018

    • Fun, easy and a great looking table. Nice job....
      By Siclestix, on December 13, 2018

    • This is nice!  I have an outdoor movie theater system.  This would be perfect for holding the projector.  Any chance you could share the dimensions, measurements or plans?
      By xrcise02, on January 7, 2019
      • Thanks here’s the dimensions.
        28.5” tall, 14.5” wide, 19” long 
        I used 1x8s for top piece 1x4s for the legs and bottom shelf. For the top side pieces I cut a 1x4 in half. I used 1&1/4” finishing nails. If it’s for outside boiled linseed oil will put a good stain on it and treat it against water. I made it with scraps I had so what materials I had determined it’s dimensions.

        By Walker101, on January 7, 2019
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