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My pretty little pump stand

  • April 28, 2020


I had some extra cedar in the shed so I decided to use 1x4 for the final trim and 1x6 for the base trim. I made the cap big enough to fit over a 4x4 and screwed it on all sides and 1 on the top. I then fastened the pump I found.

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My pretty little pump stand

by user_smith_351214
Apr 28, 2020

I had some extra cedar in the shed so I decided to use 1x4 for the final trim and 1x6 for the base trim. I made the cap big enough to fit over a 4x4 and screwed it on all sides and 1 on the top. I then fastened the pump I found.