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For our 8' coat hook shelf we used the following materials:1 - 3/4 x 5-1/2" (aka 1x6) x 96" poplar, top shelf1 - 5/4 x 9-1/2" x 96" poplar, rear cleat, cut for crown wrap around1 - 4-1/4" x 108" poplar crown moulding1 - 96' length of decorative trim moulding, 3/4-1"
Police are searching for a man who pried open the doors of a gondola lift and illegally base jumped 1, 500 feet in a tribute to an extreme skier who died jumping off a stunt was apparently dedicated to Shane McConkey, who jumped from the same Peak to Peak gondola when it opened. McConkey died in 200
Ingrediants List:2 sticks of 1/2" / 10' steel conduit = 4 dollars1 post connector - 4 dollars
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Visit my Etsy shop:.comYou can also follow my day-to-day projects on Instagram @RoughDraftDIYBe sure to SUBSCRIBE to my channel for more tutorials!How to make a coat rackIn this video, I show you how to make a coat rack out of a reclaimed wooden post or plank. The wooden post I use in this video was
This video shows a demonstration of how you can build a simple "ski lift" device using nothing but office supplies. This Science Buddies project is based on an employee challenge from Fluor Corporation. To view full directions for this science project, or enter your own submission in the F
I'm building a ski-doo trunk to hold my stuff when I go on a trip. The plan is available on my website at thewoodpecker.netAlain Vaillancourt 2013
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Hey guys, I needed a rack to store some of my guns that I like to keep handy. So I figures why buy one when I can make one out of some pallet wood. Thanks for watching, and God bless.J
This is my process to turn a twisted 2x6 into a rustic coat rack with railroad spikes for hooks
ETT Season 5, episode 9: In this episode of Every Third Thursday Dave Lee takes on the challenge of building a snowboard and snowboard press using materials exclusively sourced from the aisles of a home improvement store. Dave and the Rosolowski brothers comb the aisles scavenging for makeshift mate
Today we'll be taking a quick look at the gear up dos wall mounted ski storage rack that holds up to two pairs of skis. Part number GU46020. We'll begin by just installing the rack onto our wall. Now we went ahead and predrilled three pilot holes; this is going to make our installati
Today we'll be taking a quick look at the Gear up Uno wall mounted ski storage rack for one pair of skis, part number GU46010. To begin our review, we'll first just show you how to install it. This is the way that it should be installed on your wall, with the skinnier prongs, or the
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BUILD A WINE RACK FROM A WOOD PALLET. EASILY BUILD THIS WINE RACK USING A FREE WOODEN PALLET. WINE BOTTLE WINE RACK. PALLET PROJECTS
This video is about Two Jet Skis repair, Kawasaki 1100 ZXi 2000. To be able to flip the jet ski up side down, I made a foam board template of the jet ski and then I cut the same shape out of a 3/4" plywood. Slide the two end panels and secure them to each other with few 2x4. Then I rolled the j
Custom Made Ski Benches in Park City UtahI make custom ski benches from recycled skis. Also make a backless bench and coat racks from old skis & snowboardsI have a good supply of skis to choose from, or I can use your old skis & boardsPlease contact me for information
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