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August 21, 1:34 AM [GMT -5]

Great project. Excellent instructions. I added arm rests w/cup holders and increased the seat to 2x10. I also rounded the edges as noted previously. It just looks more "finished". Family loves it. Built one for Father-in-law to put on his dock. May have to build another 8^) . Nice heavy weight won't tip over easily.

April 05, 3:59 AM [GMT -5]

Truly easy and takes basic tools. My first attempt worked great and took only about 2 hours. I rounded the exposed ends with a belt sander to make it "feel" better as well as increase the "curb appeal". This is a heavy bench, but it will take a load with no problem. I've had several people look at mine and want some for trails, boat dock areas, back yard, garden areas, etc. GREAT plan and easy instructions.

March 20, 5:22 PM [GMT -5]

I asked my son to make one of these benches for our yard. It turned out just beautul and I am so happy to add it to our deck.

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