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Neo19
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Neo19
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April

@Jolly181 hi sorry about the delay. What @MitchellMc suggested should work. From memory, I have used a precision screw driver with pin tip because I ...

Neo19
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February

Did you post this in homeone @MartyH ??? I'm sure I've been to your thread multiple times while I was building mine

Neo19
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November

Thanks for all your responses! @evjay That sounds like a great idea using old doors as a workbench. @MitchellMc Thanks for taking time to provide that ...

Neo19
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Hello friendly workshopers, I have been looking for ideas to build a compact and neat workbench in the garage that is already crammed with things. Goo ...

Neo19
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November

Finally after the long wait it looks like two of the branches have got leaves.   @MitchellMc Do you reckon I can chop below the air layered section no ...

Neo19
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November

Quite impressive @Chaks_DIY . Eager to see how it looks after you finish planting!

Neo19
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November

Thanks for sharing the pics. Looks like you have done a fantastic job @Usman.Good luck with your next project!

Neo19
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October

Hey @Usman No need for any adhesives, you adjust the height of the joists with these packers and then bolt them to brackets and the packers pretty mu ...

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Congratulations to @ProjectPete on the arrival of your beautiful son. Enjoy this really special time with your family. We look forward to seeing so ...

Jolly181
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April

Hi Guys... Sorry for the delay in getting back to you all... The pick worked a treat....!!! Thanks Neo & Mitchell for all your helpCheers Julius

Jolly181
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April

Thanks Neo... Makes me feel a lot better about doing it..!!!

MartyH
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October 2019

Is definitely doable @malhan. Here's an example:

TedBear
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December

The outdoor benches remind me of my childhood - the start to my DIY interests. The family used to rent a small house, no garage, so my dad built a hea ...

TedBear
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December

If I were building that I would start with a timber rail attached to the wall. Attach 2 verticals, same size timber, 150 in from each end. The length ...

Noyade
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December

"already crammed with things" My shed became so crammed I created workbenches outside between trees with plenty of shade. The car now happily lives un ...

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Neo19
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April

@Jolly181 hi sorry about the delay. What @MitchellMc suggested should work. From memory, I have used a precision screw driver with pin tip because I ...

Neo19
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3 replies
November

Thanks for all your responses! @evjay That sounds like a great idea using old doors as a workbench. @MitchellMc Thanks for taking time to provide that ...

Neo19
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9 replies

Hello friendly workshopers, I have been looking for ideas to build a compact and neat workbench in the garage that is already crammed with things. Goo ...

Neo19
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1 reply
November

Finally after the long wait it looks like two of the branches have got leaves.   @MitchellMc Do you reckon I can chop below the air layered section no ...

Neo19
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November

Quite impressive @Chaks_DIY . Eager to see how it looks after you finish planting!

Neo19
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November

Thanks for sharing the pics. Looks like you have done a fantastic job @Usman.Good luck with your next project!

Neo19
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7 replies
October

Hey @Usman No need for any adhesives, you adjust the height of the joists with these packers and then bolt them to brackets and the packers pretty mu ...

Neo19
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October

Hi @Usman, My clearance from the concrete to the flushed surface was around 180 mm. And I've used 140x45 which gave me around 160 mm. Since the concr ...

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