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    Lightbulb Scrap Wood Surf Rack

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    Put this together while the surf has been Sh**y here in NJ. The frame is all scrap 2"x4" . The base is a piece of 1/2" particle board I had laying around. ( I would recommend something stronger for the base but it will work with a support across the middle). The poles are 1 -1/4" PVC pipe( wrapped in cheap insulation from home depot) . Its 39" wide , 49.5" tall and 22" deep. I got the foam for the base at Collins-wood Flea market for 3$.

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    Join Date
    Jul 2009
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    Shoting Piers in Honeyton
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    Nice job, looks good.

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    Join Date
    Mar 2012
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    Central FL
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    Pretty sweet, good work man

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    Nice work. How did you attach the pipe to the top frame?

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    I used a hole saw to drill perfect circles through the 2" x4" and put a little epoxy on the pipe when I twist it in. It took a long time to drill the holes but its super snug.

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    Join Date
    May 2006
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    kailua-kona
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    What if you get a 5th board?

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    Quote Originally Posted by oipaul View Post
    What if you get a 5th board?
    what if you get a 13th pair of shoes?

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    screw eye hooks into ceiling stud. hang closet rack with rope and pad with insulation. then wrap insulation with old towels so it will slide in and out easy. surfboards are now 100% out of the way.

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    Thanks, I may make one for the carport.

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    Join Date
    Aug 2012
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    Turtle Island
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    Very cool, looking to do something likr that on my basement wall...just w/ boards horizontal as opposed to vertical.