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Brad
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Thursday

I am more used to gable and portal frame roofs, I did find this though...Not sure I would describe it as simple, to me a gable roof is a better option ...

Brad
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Saturday

Photo would make an answer much easier.

Brad
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a week ago

Off to Sydney Sunday for a meeting and return Monday night. Saturday I will have a go at a wine caddy for a speaker gift for Wednesday

Brad
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a week ago

My backyard wad done with road base then sand and apart from suffering some from the frangapani it has stood up well. Where I am working today it's go ...

Brad
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a week ago

I will take it that you are using Sunlite10 which has joiners and end caps at 50mm widths with the front cap 38mm. There is your minimum thickness fo ...

Brad
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a week ago

Yes they should, it will act a bit like a hinge.

Brad
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a week ago

https://www.bunnings.com.au/whites-aviary-clip-pliers-with-20-clips_p3040886

Brad
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a week ago

33.3% longer to take a 4th bin, so not too complicated.

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diybob
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yesterday

Thanks all.I've decided to go the permit way. Like you all say, it's not worth the risk!

Bundaboy
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Just a small set of drawers made for a friend out of Bunnings' premium pine:

Mathy
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2 replies
2 weeks ago

Hi @LJ1809 - looks like a fun project. You could use epoxy glue as @Brad suggested. The other possibility is something like liquid nails (if you have ...

redracer01
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4 replies
2 weeks ago

Hello @Bundaboy,Strong winds? No worry! This contraption has lasted me 10 years and the only thing I had to replace was the tarp! ( I've moved house s ...

royq
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6 replies
2 weeks ago

Hi @Old-gal24,It won't hurt to try to fix it Take the door off and see if you can work some wood glue in under the bits that are peeling up, obviousl ...

royq
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3 weeks ago

Hi @Moose,That's a decent sized section so without being able to access all sides you would need a pretty big grinder, which will make a big mess too. ...

r23on
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3 weeks ago

The fist question to ask is what sort of work do you want to do? The biggest mistake people make is they buy equipment that finishes up too small to d ...

woodenwookie
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It's taken me a while to post this no thanks to last week being a heavy week at work. I had made this for my brother in law's baby but it never m ...

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Brad
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Thursday

I am more used to gable and portal frame roofs, I did find this though...Not sure I would describe it as simple, to me a gable roof is a better option ...

Brad
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Saturday

Photo would make an answer much easier.

Brad
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1 reply
a week ago

Off to Sydney Sunday for a meeting and return Monday night. Saturday I will have a go at a wine caddy for a speaker gift for Wednesday

Brad
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a week ago

My backyard wad done with road base then sand and apart from suffering some from the frangapani it has stood up well. Where I am working today it's go ...

Brad
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2 replies
a week ago

I will take it that you are using Sunlite10 which has joiners and end caps at 50mm widths with the front cap 38mm. There is your minimum thickness fo ...

Brad
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a week ago

33.3% longer to take a 4th bin, so not too complicated.

Brad
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a week ago

Just to add to what @ProjectPete said found this video that shows how to fit them, first part has been covered by Pete.

Brad
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2 weeks ago

Couple of coats of poly will do the same thing as paint.

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