Before screwing the slats down, lay them all out on the 2-by-4
back supports and tweak the spacing so the arched top slat (F) winds up in the position shown in the diagram above.
Assemble the lid with three 29-inch 2-by-2s for the side and center brace pieces, one 6-foot 2-by-2 for the front brace, and one 6-foot 2-by-4
for the back brace (for extra support).
Perez came out of the apartment building holding a 2-by-4
Repeating rubber-band guns, woodburning kits (essentially a soldering iron and a 2-by-4
), pellet guns, bows and arrows, bicycles without helmets, and rock-filled dirt clods made up the arsenal of "toys" with which we faced each scab- and bruise-inducing summer day.
Have you ever thought how different our lives would be if someone didn't have the crazy idea to attach a 2-by-4
The towers accommodate 2-by-4
rugs, as well as runners.
I caught such a wallop in the face that I thought someone must have gone by in another boat and hit me with a 2-by-4
. The only thing I could get out was, "Stop the boat!"
Panel out the plywood into a grid of smaller squares, 4-by-4, 2-by-4
, or 2-by-2, depending on the size of the porch.
The editors ultimately won the bout when T-Glue distracted the referee with a perfectly formed miter joint while Routerboy smashed a conveniently positioned 2-by-4
, made of ipe.
The water washed away all evidence of the houses on this 300-meterwide coastal strip, except for some bent 2-by-4
stilts that people had used to raise their homes off the sand.
For instance, anchoring a 2-by-4
behind sheet rock in the bathroom or bedroom during building or remodeling will allow installation of a grab bar--either now, or at a future date.
But the man knows how to fight, using everything from a chalkboard eraser to a 2-by-4
to smash the bad guys.
To create the frame, with rectangular hinges I attached four 2-by-4
legs to the bottom of a 2-by-6 platform board, in typical sawhorse configuration.
For the past 30 years, a typical lighting scheme consisted, for the most part, of a uniform lighting layout using a grid of 2-by-4
fluorescent fixtures that consumed at least 3 watts per square foot.
This space will accommodate the width of the 2-by-4
wall-rafter assemblies along with an extra 1/2 inch of space to ensure your windows will have plenty of room to fit.