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@Jason111 Hiya, solid pipe is solid pipe. You can put your solenoids wherever you like. The reason you would put your solenoids at the manifold, at th ...

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@Yorky88 G'day, sorry about my delay in replying, but I tend to spend more time at work than at home.You asked for our projects and here is what I hav ...

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@bomba FYI it's decking month @ Bunnings. Call your local store and see if they are doing any DIY's on it atm. Last weekend we did a major decking eve ...

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@tony-treehouse It may seem counter-intuitive to advise that one wall is asbestos and not to touch, then advise to dig out the "gyprock" on the other ...

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Well I have a little name tag that says I'm an expert in several areas, if that means anything. One thing I learnt early on in my career at Bunnings, ...

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@mscully Welcome! Just popping in to say I can't wait to try and give you some helpful advice! As @Jason mentioned if you can break the projects down ...

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@ShannonThey look awesome! What's the pressed metal piece with the holes in it, exhaust maniflod gasket?

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@AnitaH25 What an awesome creation! As @Jason said please do keep them coming, I'm loving the inspiration!

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I thought I'd bump this for you @Jason111 as I don't have the answer. But I am curious as to why you think it would make any difference?

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My Partner asked me to build a gate for the side of our house. I haven’t done anything like this before so was a bit stumped over where to start. The ...

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@MitchellM wow thank you so much!! That really means a lot to me.I’ve only been doing this for 2 years so have so much I need to learn. I absolutely l ...

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So scored an old number plate. Put some strong magnets under the 8. Screwed it onto and old bit of jarrah. I ordered some openers on line. And hey p ...

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I'm an absolute beginner with most manual DIY tasks, although I'm pretty good at electronics. I can slap paint on a wall or cupboard, and yes, repair ...

AnitaH25
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I was asked if I could make one of these for a friend. She had seen one but It came with a hefty price tag for what it was. She wanted a board that ...

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MitchellM
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@Yorky88 G'day, sorry about my delay in replying, but I tend to spend more time at work than at home.You asked for our projects and here is what I hav ...

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@bomba FYI it's decking month @ Bunnings. Call your local store and see if they are doing any DIY's on it atm. Last weekend we did a major decking eve ...

MitchellM
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Well I have a little name tag that says I'm an expert in several areas, if that means anything. One thing I learnt early on in my career at Bunnings, ...

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@mscully Welcome! Just popping in to say I can't wait to try and give you some helpful advice! As @Jason mentioned if you can break the projects down ...

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@WheresWally Hollow walls on a timber frame are not a good indication it is gyprock (plasterboard). Asbestos sheeting was also fixed on timber frames ...

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@WheresWally my advice was based off your reply of it being plasterboard. If it is a fibrous cement then you need to be following @Jason . DO NOT TOUC ...

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@David61 Here's a couple ideas, sorry just did a quick mock up. With a post or two and the tree as a fixing point, you should be able to get a 3mx3m s ...

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