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Old 05-17-2017, 05:41 AM
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Sone more pics. I just have to cut and install the bottom rail on the legs now. I am short some fittings, so it will be what it will be.


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Old 05-17-2017, 05:11 PM
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Got this job finished finally. Click image for larger version

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Another turnbuckle job ready for install. There was a pic of these in this thread already so I decided to just to add to this thread.

These are 1 3/4" diameter rod. I had to cut some decorative stars for the top mounts. These are just for decoration, so we added ERW tube to get them to the right length. The bottoms will be set into a block of wood to support them at the bottom. The tops get screwed to the siding of a theater. Just to make it look like they are holding up the overhang over the sidewalk.

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Some pics of these turnbuckles installed. You can only really see them if you are across the street from the building. Seems like a little overkill to me, but whatever floats their boat. Provided a paycheck for me.Click image for larger version

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