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Brad
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a week ago

Mitek 45 Degree Joist Hanger They are wrap around style, not sure on sizing for your project but they have a diagram and phone numbers listed for mos ...

Brad
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a week ago

Snap off screws I think you will need the metric ones, if you can go instore most have a testing display so you can try your existing screw into the 4 ...

Brad
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Knauf 51 That is the lowest profile for a non load bearing wall, you will need a top and bottom track fixed into place and steel studs are friction fi ...

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3 weeks ago

I think this is the cheapest at a quick look to get a 25mm to 20mm adaptor.https://www.bunnings.com.au/aqua-systems-2-way-tap-outlet_p0170566

Brad
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3 weeks ago

I think the shaft size on the P&N is too large, 3.15 is the standard for Dremel and you can get chucks that take up to 4mm.I have the 12v Bosch look a ...

Brad
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3 weeks ago

I think this will be close to what you need, outside of a kit. https://www.bunnings.com.au/dremel-high-speed-cutter-6-4mm-125-2-pack_p6280050

Brad
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3 weeks ago

Most of the edge trim is put on with hot melt glue, the heat gun/hairdryer may come off and that is not such a bad thing as you can then get to the ra ...

Brad
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4 weeks ago

1. Cafe/bistro blinds at least in SA are 3 meters wide but you can get a joiner to go wider. You fix the top to a batten which you have on the patio s ...

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CSG
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2 weeks ago

  Thanks Jason. Based on Brad’s suggestion I ended up spending a bit more and getting this two way threaded adapter, perfect solution! Photos attached ...

PeterH
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I don't remember where I found this tool,but I decided to give it some more life.I hope you like my work.Cheers.

PeterH
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PeterH
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I made this timber box many years ago. The wood came from a large kitchen bench which I salvaged from a building which was once owned by one of the Br ...

SuseMck
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a month ago

Thanks one and all @redracer01 @Brad @MitchellMc I did it!! A combo of reno bar, claw hammer, those rounded plier thingies, another crowbar, a piec ...

TheSaltyreefer
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a month ago

TedBear
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June

A quick chime in from a safety freak... no matter how strong the anchors are, the weak link is "brick". It isn't known for being good at dealing with ...

TedBear
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June

Hi @Glyph I have had to solve a wet courtyard issue a few years ago (mine was brick paved but it didn't have a stone "waterfall" involved like yours ...

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Brad
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1 reply
a week ago

Mitek 45 Degree Joist Hanger They are wrap around style, not sure on sizing for your project but they have a diagram and phone numbers listed for mos ...

Brad
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a week ago

Snap off screws I think you will need the metric ones, if you can go instore most have a testing display so you can try your existing screw into the 4 ...

Brad
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a week ago

Knauf 51 That is the lowest profile for a non load bearing wall, you will need a top and bottom track fixed into place and steel studs are friction fi ...

Brad
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1 reply
3 weeks ago

I think the shaft size on the P&N is too large, 3.15 is the standard for Dremel and you can get chucks that take up to 4mm.I have the 12v Bosch look a ...

Brad
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3 weeks ago

I think this will be close to what you need, outside of a kit. https://www.bunnings.com.au/dremel-high-speed-cutter-6-4mm-125-2-pack_p6280050

Brad
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3 weeks ago

Most of the edge trim is put on with hot melt glue, the heat gun/hairdryer may come off and that is not such a bad thing as you can then get to the ra ...

Brad
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1 reply
4 weeks ago

1. Cafe/bistro blinds at least in SA are 3 meters wide but you can get a joiner to go wider. You fix the top to a batten which you have on the patio s ...

Brad
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a month ago

Direct stick if your wall is reasonably straight.https://www.gyprock.com.au/-/media/gyprock/content/documents/install/diy-projects/gyprock-202-masonry ...

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