i am trying to make a pergola here in austin texas where rocks are in ground even at 1 feet. anway, i made 4 footings of 12″ sonotube in approx 2′ deep with concrete mix and also add 4 bars in each sontube and added a l shape bolt in middle with approx 1 inch open for bolt. the width between post is 12′ and length between post is 16′.
the screws for the back license plate are completely stuck in place and i haven't been able to get them off to change plates. i sprayed the screws with pb, tried a screwdriver in vice grips, and the screws just stripped. i tried using an impact driver, but it wasn't really practical. i feel like at this point my only option is a screw extractor
whew, finally beat the baron! great game. here are the parts that i forged to win, although i only made it by the skin of my teeth: accurate auger drill arm = rotary engine neutronium wasp arm = honey comb anything( biological is most useful for final boss but this is an amazing part in general) legendary phalanx helmet= scary mask lag bolt(also came through in a pinch wonderfully
anchor bolt (½" x 4") and place the post. step 4: attach post to metal anchor with lag bolts (5/16" x 3") and add wood trim to hide metal when finished the photos above show the 4 simple steps to follow once your surface below the structure is in place. choose the anchor kit for the appropriate surface: stone, brick or concrete - anchor bolts
lag bolts with washers (4 plus any attached to the concrete) once the 2 x 12 is in place drill through the beam and post with a paddle bit and attach the beams to the post with a lag bolt, washer and nut. nice job on the pergola, your deck looks beautiful! i’ve got this linked to my pergolas diy post too today, it’s a keeper
lag-bolt resides in la maison beauregard, which is in turn located at georgetown east. copied and pasted from one of absolutesteve's guides if you comein for me u better believe im disabiling you, so let death set a table for two.
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a lag in the audio. ensure that the correct playback device is selected in the computer. if your bios setup has an audio enabled/ disabled option, make sure that it is set to enabled. the most likely cause of audio output problems on the docking station is a bad audio-out connector. first try powering off and