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Old 09-10-2018, 11:25 PM
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Now days we screw deck boards on.
Gonna need a longer handle then.
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I plan on making stuff with them.
There's s quick video in my first post.
I can't get the video to play. Do you have it set to private?
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I can't get the video to play. Do you have it set to private?
No, but it was just a stupid shot of me trying to hold the pallet down take a video and break a board loose at the same time.
I'll check the video again.
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Now days we screw deck boards on.
I certainly will use the new T15 head no split deck screws for the new decking. Old decking been down for over 20 years.
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Yes top to bottom measures a little less than 3 feet
The pipe I used for my handle was what I had on hand. I didn't bother to make it shorter. I figured it would be good for leverage. My breaker bar happens to be an even 57"...that's odd.
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I certainly will use the new T15 head no split deck screws for the new decking. Old decking been down for over 20 years.
We never screwed around with screwsus, ( old polish lingo) we used 3 1/4 ring shank full head nails. Shot those suckers in.
Screws may be good, but when one snaps when it hits a knot is no good.
We used the screwsus when installing the rails and balusters.
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