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woodenwookie
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Tuesday

I'm glad you've done this sort of thing before @twocutekelpies. I would like to know how I attach the frame to the aluminium or do I not need to worry ...

woodenwookie
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Got another project underway. It wasn't meant to be a big one but a couple of issues that we knew about ended up being a bit more of a job than planne ...

woodenwookie
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October

It's been a while since I've been here. Work has got out of hand lately with people leaving and their roles needing filling. We were embarking on doin ...

woodenwookie
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August

Got it done. Removed all the siding and that got to the pipe. I over thunk it to be honest.

woodenwookie
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We're in the process of renovating our bathroom. I want to remove the old bathtub to get everything ready to insert a new one. I need to remove the dr ...

woodenwookie
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August

I think this is the best way to make it as well. As @JoeAzza says, you can fill the sides with sand and that thing is not going to fall down anytime t ...

woodenwookie
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May

Thanks. That's just the start. I'll be building a new workshop once we get a new driveway laid down. It was my fault that the workshop got broken into ...

woodenwookie
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May

I've been quite quite here lately due to ridiculous loads at work. I work as a postie and anyone who says mail is dead needs to see what we're deliver ...

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twocutekelpies
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Tuesday

Have a look at the cladding, you may find it was fastened originally using either nails or staples to hold it in place until the trims/j rail went on. ...

twocutekelpies
Junior Contributor
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Forgive me, it's been a while since I've posted, my 1972 York rebuild was completed and is now being enjoyed by a lovely couple who bought her shortly ...

twocutekelpies
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Sunday

Nice work on starting the frame replacement. I've had to do the same in my little Franklin as most of it was missing. I've used tassie oak on the side ...

Bunnings Team Member MitchellMc
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Sunday

It's great to see another caravan project in the works @woodenwookie. No doubt @linfrank and @twocutekelpies will be keen to follow along and hopefull ...

Bunnings Team Member EricL
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August

Hello @woodenwookie Thank you for sharing your query about removing the drain from your bath. If it is a standard bath with a timber frame and ...

Bunnings Team Member EricL
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August

Hello @Dxo My apologies for the late reply. This is a very interesting sign that you're planning to build. I suggest using 138 x 18mm 2.7m Primed ...

redracer01
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Hello Friends, Just wanted to show you guys final outcome of my book case / tv cabinet. Took about 3 weeks in total. Very happy with final outcome. Ch ...

fhk56
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For many many years, I have been using plastic containers for small parts etc. After years of use these are now falling apart and spreading their cont ...

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woodenwookie
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Tuesday

I'm glad you've done this sort of thing before @twocutekelpies. I would like to know how I attach the frame to the aluminium or do I not need to worry ...

woodenwookie
Experienced Contributor
4 replies

Got another project underway. It wasn't meant to be a big one but a couple of issues that we knew about ended up being a bit more of a job than planne ...

woodenwookie
Experienced Contributor
1 reply
October

It's been a while since I've been here. Work has got out of hand lately with people leaving and their roles needing filling. We were embarking on doin ...

woodenwookie
Experienced Contributor
1 reply
August

Got it done. Removed all the siding and that got to the pipe. I over thunk it to be honest.

woodenwookie
Experienced Contributor
August

I think this is the best way to make it as well. As @JoeAzza says, you can fill the sides with sand and that thing is not going to fall down anytime t ...

woodenwookie
Experienced Contributor
May

Thanks. That's just the start. I'll be building a new workshop once we get a new driveway laid down. It was my fault that the workshop got broken into ...

woodenwookie
Experienced Contributor
2 replies
May

I've been quite quite here lately due to ridiculous loads at work. I work as a postie and anyone who says mail is dead needs to see what we're deliver ...

woodenwookie
Experienced Contributor
April

I'm not much help I'm afraid. I was given my dad's Triton WorkCentre 2000 so most of what people need for jigs I can do from the table itself. 

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