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Hello @laurenk,Can you possibly post a picture with the hinge in the folded position with a ruler across it. Soon as I see it I should be able to make ...

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Sell it on gumtree for $3,000 hehehe, nice work mate! Beautiful craftsmanship!

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@apples2 Can you possibly post a picture of the hole in your brick wall and the extra bricks with your mobile phone?

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Sammy let me play devils advocate for a moment...There's a reason the shower is located in that area.1. It is away from the window thereby not causing ...

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Stay focused and be patient. All great works of art requires a good amount of time.

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Hello @christianThis looks like a very involved project. Are you restoring for personal use or are you restoring to sell? I suggest bringing it to a p ...

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I strongly suggest this water cooled drill bit. I use it often to drill into discarded ceramic coffee cups that my sister inlaw turns into mini flower ...

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This is so magazine worthy! Amazing work fantastic design!

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Japan Black - Takes 3 coats for a near black experience depending on the base timber. You can stop at 1 or 2 coats depending on how dark you like it t ...

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After being handed my To Do list by Leah before the WA Day long weekend, I wasn't as thrilled as I normally am because it was filled with more chore-l ...

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Hi all. I'm wanting to build a basic fish tank stand for my 2ft tank. It will be painted to match my furniture and to add some protection from water ...

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Update 5:Hi everyone, Some time has passed since my last post. Back to work after the Christmas break, a spell of illness, kids weekend sport and hot ...

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Ive been meaning to do this for a while - My front yard only has x1 impact sprinkler - it really needs at least x2 (my backyard has x4 semi-permanent ...

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Firstly I’d like to thank @Yorky88 for your helpful advice answering my long list of questions!! Plus all the other posts showing their DIY Cubby’s - ...

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I was totally surprised to see no one had, let alone started a topic on, but even mentioned the word aquaponics! Well, that's fixed. So what is A ...

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redracer01
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Hello @laurenk,Can you possibly post a picture with the hinge in the folded position with a ruler across it. Soon as I see it I should be able to make ...

redracer01
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@apples2 Can you possibly post a picture of the hole in your brick wall and the extra bricks with your mobile phone?

redracer01
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Sammy let me play devils advocate for a moment...There's a reason the shower is located in that area.1. It is away from the window thereby not causing ...

redracer01
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Stay focused and be patient. All great works of art requires a good amount of time.

redracer01
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Hello @christianThis looks like a very involved project. Are you restoring for personal use or are you restoring to sell? I suggest bringing it to a p ...

redracer01
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I strongly suggest this water cooled drill bit. I use it often to drill into discarded ceramic coffee cups that my sister inlaw turns into mini flower ...

redracer01
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This is so magazine worthy! Amazing work fantastic design!

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If push comes to shove you will have to crush the bottom of the flange with multi grips. Its wide jaw should be sufficient to crimp the steel and then ...

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