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ProjectPete
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Handy guy; got skills and love putting them to use. Love trying new things and learning. Insta @projectpete.diy @at.home.rosehill and @homeprojectco
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ProjectPete
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2 weeks ago

Yes @liv D/2 as you've put it. Don't exceed half the width of the stump/post

ProjectPete
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3 weeks ago

Brushless FTW! Definitely worth the extra investment whichever brand you go for. You'll get more life out of them and I notice improved runtime also ( ...

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3 weeks ago

Nice work @jays2007 I always use/recommend H4 200x50mm sleepers for the outside frame of the deck as it can be in contact with the soil so you don' ...

ProjectPete
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a month ago

Wow - you've done an awesome job @Fishvince ! You should be really proud. What's next?

ProjectPete
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a month ago

You've done a awesome job @lcooksey88 ! This is something I need to boost my skills in - organisation. I have so many tools that I just don't know t ...

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a month ago

Some progress shots of my beloved cacti showing some pretty serious growth in less than a year. The second two have been brewing in their pots, ready ...

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a month ago

What a difference you made to you backyard @vinodkkt - nice one! I'm a fan of waterwise plants such as succulents and cacti. Besides being easier/ch ...

ProjectPete
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a month ago

@Noyade H3/4/5 are all treated for termites. H4/5 gives you the treatment against continual contact with ground/moisture and H5 can actually be subm ...

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liv
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2 weeks ago

HI Pete, is there a maximum you can notch into the post? In this picture it looks like you have gone in half the width of the post ,D/2 ?

Bunnings Team Member MitchellMc
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2 weeks ago

Hi @liv, Let me mention @ProjectPete so he is alerted to your question, I trust he'll be able to answer it for you. Mitchell

Bunnings Team Member MitchellMc
Bunnings Team Member
3 weeks ago

Welcome to the Bunnings Workshop community @lv80. It's great to have you join us. Many thanks for your question, I'd be pleased to offer some ass ...

JDE
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3 weeks ago

Brushless is definitely the way to go given a choice. JDE

Briggsy
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3 weeks ago

As others have said Brushless is the way to go, less wear and tear, easier on the batteries, more power and in the Ozito range not significantly deare ...

jays2007
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6 replies

      Almost completed our Ekodeck ground level deck. Will have a ekodeck plank surrounding sides aswell. Once complete not sure what we should do ...

Community Manager Jason
Community Manager
3 weeks ago

Looking great @jays2007, well done. Looking forward to seeing it finished. Let me tag a few helpful members who might be able to share their though ...

Marty_McFly
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For my wife's Bday, I decided to get the back area around the pool finished. It's only been 3 years. First time building a Deck, I think this one tur ...

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ProjectPete
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2 weeks ago

Yes @liv D/2 as you've put it. Don't exceed half the width of the stump/post

ProjectPete
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3 weeks ago

Brushless FTW! Definitely worth the extra investment whichever brand you go for. You'll get more life out of them and I notice improved runtime also ( ...

ProjectPete
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1 reply
3 weeks ago

Nice work @jays2007 I always use/recommend H4 200x50mm sleepers for the outside frame of the deck as it can be in contact with the soil so you don' ...

ProjectPete
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a month ago

Wow - you've done an awesome job @Fishvince ! You should be really proud. What's next?

ProjectPete
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a month ago

You've done a awesome job @lcooksey88 ! This is something I need to boost my skills in - organisation. I have so many tools that I just don't know t ...

ProjectPete
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1 reply
a month ago

Some progress shots of my beloved cacti showing some pretty serious growth in less than a year. The second two have been brewing in their pots, ready ...

ProjectPete
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1 reply
a month ago

What a difference you made to you backyard @vinodkkt - nice one! I'm a fan of waterwise plants such as succulents and cacti. Besides being easier/ch ...

ProjectPete
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a month ago

@Noyade H3/4/5 are all treated for termites. H4/5 gives you the treatment against continual contact with ground/moisture and H5 can actually be subm ...

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