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Firewood Rack

by D. Tanner
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    This is an outdoor firewood rack, made of scrap pieces of chrome hydraulic cylinder rods, square tubing, and flat bar. Final touches included painting the flat bar and square tubing with black gloss paint, followed by a little elbow grease to shine up the chrome rod. End result is a durable, rugged, and great looking outdoor firewood rack that keeps your wood off the ground and stacked up nice and neat. Materials: Scrap hydraulic cylinder rod, square tubing, flat ar, weld rod, and gloss black paint. Tools: Band saw, chop saw, angle grinder/sander, tape measure, square, and a GTAW machine.

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