Where To Begin With Your DIY Project

Well that’s cool. I’ve remembered this plan for years now. All right, boy you gotta think there’s a plan here, so I’ll let you figure it out for a second.

This is what it is, the whole thing at a 2 by 10 all right, but you make it from whatever you have lying around the house.

It might be a little narrow for a 2 by 6 so you might need to buy 10 instead of 12 tubes. Okay, now for the backrest piece you need about 40 inches.

The Types Of Tools And Materials You Will Need

You’re going to cut out a mortise about 15 inches up right there and make eight one-and-three quarter inches wide holes. Okay, I made mine exactly like that because I had the lumber in my shop.

You don’t want to sing to fit super tight on this thing. You want to feed on it with no struggle, that’s why crude is real buy material. We only need to have one flat so we make one in half.

Because you don’t want this to break down when it’s not in use, leave a half-inch space for each side that will offer enough strength to keep everything together when no longer needed.

Step by Step Instructions

I leave updates on this thing all right now on this side this is the place where your butt goes running this part and this part.

All right, do it like a big tenon every so often at any instant you work for the thing that fits you in the hole all right male-female stop here okay on this one, you’re gonna cut out an inch and a half here 1 inch and adhere.

I am looking at a length of 26 inches on your piece, and the top part that doesn’t have a seat was cut off 16 and a half inches away from the top. Now edges up here and there, I took a 45-degree and then I used a router.

Now let me show you how easy this thing goes together.

This is the blackboard so here’s the port and bam right there you’re sitting in a recliner in the garage. Right now I’ve had this for a little bit and it came with me since then and it’s really comfortable.

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