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Monday

started with christmas shopping followed by heading down to the fire station to train new probationary members then a callout fought fires came home a ...

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Monday

 So heres the final product. Much appreciated to the guy with the sketch up above this post. Was a good learning curve considering i lack the woodwork ...

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a week ago

I was looking at my project today and after seeing ya design it def made things make more sence now i can actually see it. Thanks heaps

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Hey all im just about to put my project together but looking on the different ways of putting it together. what would be the best way to make sure its ...

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October

Hey thereWhen i laid my grass 2 yrs ago i had no idea what i was getting into. Lawn sort of became a hobbie for me. I started off with a 4 stroke rota ...

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Whats the best lawn care after a good dethatch

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woodenwookie
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a week ago

I would cut the supports half the thickness of the timber again then do a rabbet half the thickness of the timber where the legs would join. Make sure ...

redracer01
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2 weeks ago

Hello @Dark looks good! Having assembled a few of these for my kids has shown me some critical lessons.1. Legs always on the bottom. Never at the side ...

redracer01
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2 weeks ago

If you ever find yourself bored withe time on your hands give this a go. It will hold all your consoles.

Brad
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2 weeks ago

To me it is only as strong as the weakest point.Appearance wise legs underneath will be a better looking option.Weight from the top is going to make i ...

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October

I would aerate, and then rake over some fine topsoil mixed with well rotted fine cow manure or some other well rotted fine compost. Make sure you fill ...

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Dark
Budding Contributor
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Monday

started with christmas shopping followed by heading down to the fire station to train new probationary members then a callout fought fires came home a ...

Dark
Budding Contributor
1 reply
Monday

 So heres the final product. Much appreciated to the guy with the sketch up above this post. Was a good learning curve considering i lack the woodwork ...

Dark
Budding Contributor
1 reply
a week ago

I was looking at my project today and after seeing ya design it def made things make more sence now i can actually see it. Thanks heaps

Dark
Budding Contributor
10 replies

Hey all im just about to put my project together but looking on the different ways of putting it together. what would be the best way to make sure its ...

Dark
Budding Contributor
1 reply
October

Hey thereWhen i laid my grass 2 yrs ago i had no idea what i was getting into. Lawn sort of became a hobbie for me. I started off with a 4 stroke rota ...

Dark
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3 replies

Whats the best lawn care after a good dethatch

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