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faisal-s
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yesterday

@EricL @Noyade @MitchellMc @TedBear guys thank you so much for all your inputs and ideas. This community is amazing. managed to fix it. So i got someo ...

faisal-s
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2 replies
Tuesday

Hi noyade,I was thinking about getting 4 x bolts spot welded inside too. It would be an easy fix and would definitely do the job without any glue. Can ...

faisal-s
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4 replies
Tuesday

Hi noyade,Thank you so much for the wonderful input. Before i read your comment i was just online to figure out if it was aluminium or steel. Turns ou ...

faisal-s
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Monday

faisal-s
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Monday

Hi mitchell,So i tried gluing it on directly but because of the weight of the cover it kept falling off after a while. Below is the selleys liquid nai ...

faisal-s
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14 replies
a week ago

Also i just noticed theSandleford 160 x 235mm Aluminium Brick-In Letterbox Set you suggested has almost the same dimensions as the one i have currentl ...

faisal-s
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a week ago

Hi Mitchell,Thats the back plate ONLY. The cover is missing. I took the plate out and measured it its almost 24cm wide and 16cm long. Im happy to buy ...

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Noyade
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Tuesday

Good evening Faisal.  Apologies in advance if my concept of the problem is wrong and I may have dimensions and the various contours wrong in the amat ...

TedBear
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3 replies
Thursday

Another possible solution(?): - could you insert the old frame into the box, after drilling aligned holes to take thin bolts, in the new and old fram ...

Bunnings Team Member EricL
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10 replies
Monday

Hello @faisal-s I can't identify the original glue that was used on your mailbox door, but I suggest using Selleys Liquid Nails Instant Hold. It has ...

Noyade
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5 replies
Tuesday

Ok.You have a new back cover? I was thinking of two pieces of H4 treated pine glued to the inside of the mailbox sides - using the glue above.Let it d ...

Bunnings Team Member MitchellMc
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16 replies
a week ago

Welcome to the Bunnings Workshop community @faisal-s. It's lovely to have you join us, and many thanks for the question about repairing your letterbox ...

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faisal-s
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2 replies
yesterday

@EricL @Noyade @MitchellMc @TedBear guys thank you so much for all your inputs and ideas. This community is amazing. managed to fix it. So i got someo ...

faisal-s
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4 replies
Tuesday

Hi noyade,Thank you so much for the wonderful input. Before i read your comment i was just online to figure out if it was aluminium or steel. Turns ou ...

faisal-s
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14 replies
a week ago

Also i just noticed theSandleford 160 x 235mm Aluminium Brick-In Letterbox Set you suggested has almost the same dimensions as the one i have currentl ...

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