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Nice one @HansoloNZ. Great to see you back on the site and sharing another terrific project. The kids must love it!
How many pallets did you need for it?
I was given a whole pile of pallets, so I broke them all down into a pile of timber, so, unfortunately, I don't know the number of pallets I used to make this. As these were pallets from a business, there were some very heavy duty ones in there too, which meant all the supports, and flooring was also recycled pallets. And I found the roofing iron too, so I only need to buy a heap of screws, the hinges and a lock. And yes, the awesome little guy (friends son) who I made this for seemed very happy with his birthday present.
Amazing build! The kids must love it!
Looks great Love all the pallet ideas
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I was thinking this would make a good dog kennel too !
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