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raymondo
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yesterday

Hi Eric...Thanks for your suggestions so far...I have determined the final overall size and what it will look like.I just lack the skill in drafting t ...

raymondo
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2 weeks ago

Thanks Eric..All makes sense.I certainly concur that the polycarbonates would act like a sail. It's a catch 22 situation, where we need wind protectio ...

raymondo
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2 weeks ago

Gidday Eric..Thanks for the advice.Your diagram is along the lines of what I need. I'm thinking that 75mm treated pine poles would be stronger than ...

raymondo
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Hi helpful team. ... I need to construct a walk-in cover for my raised vege garden. (Pic attached). It's protection from the usual rabbits, vermin, d ...

raymondo
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July

thanks for that..ray

raymondo
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July

Just as a matter of interest, this product is listed in Bunnings cataloguehttps://www.bunnings.com.au/pinnacle-3-4-zinc-plated-hex-coupler_p1100771

raymondo
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July

Thanks for that Eric.I would think nut and post devices are common. Found on small G Clamps, corner clamps, and even the basic bench vice uses a kind ...

raymondo
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can somebody advise me, are these nut and post devices available as "off the shelf" items? And where? In howto videos, it seems most people make th ...

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Bunnings Team Member EricL
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July

Hello @raymondo Thanks for showing us the link. I saw the Pinnacle 3/4" Zinc Plated Hex Coupler but was not sure if that was the size you needed. I ...

r23on
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October

Possibility the best and cheapest method is to go to the local military disposal store and grab a couple of trunks for all your tools. Make up a frame ...

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raymondo
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1 reply
yesterday

Hi Eric...Thanks for your suggestions so far...I have determined the final overall size and what it will look like.I just lack the skill in drafting t ...

raymondo
Junior Contributor
2 weeks ago

Thanks Eric..All makes sense.I certainly concur that the polycarbonates would act like a sail. It's a catch 22 situation, where we need wind protectio ...

raymondo
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July

thanks for that..ray

raymondo
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2 replies
July

Just as a matter of interest, this product is listed in Bunnings cataloguehttps://www.bunnings.com.au/pinnacle-3-4-zinc-plated-hex-coupler_p1100771

raymondo
Junior Contributor
July

Thanks for that Eric.I would think nut and post devices are common. Found on small G Clamps, corner clamps, and even the basic bench vice uses a kind ...

raymondo
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4 replies
May

HI folks.I have a challenging problem, which I hope some of you maybe able to help with. I have a large tank approx. 1.5 meters from my shed. One side ...

raymondo
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October

Hi Jesk...I like to think that everything we use can have a second life in some manner. My understanding is that the hard plastic pots are recyclable ...

raymondo
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October

thanks for that..

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