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Extension Depot ED-1100-3 Yamaha V-Star 1100 3 Extension Depot ED-1100-3 Yamaha V-Star 1100 3" Forward Control Extension Relocation Kit - Black Powder Coat, Stainless Steel
List Price: $50.00
Sale Price: $50.00

Fits V-Star 1100 Custom, Classic and Silverado models with pegs or factory floorboards, Not compatible with most crash bars or engine guards

Hook Up Seat | Superb Space Saving Hanging Organizer with Double Hook, Prime Grade PP and Stainless Steel Materials, Effortless Installation on Any Car Seat, Vibrant Black 1187 Hook Up Seat | Superb Space Saving Hanging Organizer with Double Hook, Prime Grade PP and Stainless Steel Materials, Effortless Installation on Any Car Seat, Vibrant Black 1187
List Price: $15.70
Sale Price: $10.99

Hook Up Seat(TM) Are you tired of messy car backseat? Or are you running out of space to put your luggage in your car? Then Hook Up Seat(TM) is definitely the best solution for you! Why You Must Use Hook Up Seat(TM) - You can save the space and reduce the clutter in your car - Hold up to 26.4 lbs - Easy to install on any car - The best car seat hooks on the market! The Perfect Solution to Keep Your Car Well Organized Now you can put your handbag, backpack, grocery bags or more others easily with Hook Up Seat(TM). Get yourself an additional space in your car you didn't realize before. Made of premium grade PP and stainless steel materials, it's super strong and can hold up to 26.4 lbs without breaking, keeping your stuff from falling off during sudden stops or in bumpy road. To install it, you just have to slip the headrest hooks in your car headrest peg and you're ready to go! It locks to headrest peg securely and can be rotated to 180 degrees for the best function. What's more, the soft foam padding on the rod allows you to use it as a handrail when you're having a bumpy road, so you'll have something to grip on. We can guarantee you that the it won't get way off balance or come off from the headrest even when you put something heavy on it. What are you waiting for? Get your car well organized by using Hook Up Seat(TM). Click ADD TO CART Button on the Top Right Side to Get Yours Now Specification: Material: PP and Stainless Steel Size: 11.8" x 2.36" (glove hooks) x 3.15" (headrest hooks) Weight: 0.39 lb Max. Load: 26.4 lbs Color: Black (c)Hook Up Seat(TM) - All Rights Reserved Related Search: headrest hook, car headrest hook, headrest hook for car, universal headrest hook, headrest hook for any car

Extension Depot ED-1100-4 Yamaha V-Star 1100 4 Extension Depot ED-1100-4 Yamaha V-Star 1100 4" Forward Control Extension Relocation Kit - Black Powder Coat, Stainless Steel
List Price: $55.00
Sale Price: $55.00

Fits V-Star 1100 Custom, Classic and Silverado models with pegs or factory floorboards, Not compatible with most crash bars or engine guards

#6 x 1-5/8 #6 x 1-5/8" Deck Screws 18-8 Stainless Steel, Square Drive, Type 17 Wood Cutting Point, Quantity 100, Size Number 6 x 1-5/8" Long
List Price: $10.95
Sale Price: $10.95

DECK SCREWS ARE SPECIALIZED FASTENERS DESIGNED TO RESIST CORROSION IN ADVERSE OUTDOOR ENVIRONMENTAL CONDITIONS. The deck screw drives easily into deck boards, and once set, the head lays smoothly against the deck surface. Deck screws feature a Robertson Drive, also known as a Square, or Scrulox drive which has a square shaped socket in the screw head for high torque and minimal slippage. Since wood decks have many thin planks and must withstand harsh environmental conditions, deck screws are designed to accommodate the challenges of this application. They must resist corrosion, drive easily, and lay smoothly against the deck surface, called countersinking. For these reasons, many deck screws are self-countersinking, self-drilling, and coated with materials that won't rust. Like other screws, deck screws come in a wide variety of lengths and widths, called shanks. They also use different shapes of driver, the part on the screw head that allows a screwdriver to dig in to the wood and rotate. A popular head shape is a square, because it holds the driver and doesn't strip as easily as Phillips heads. One feature of deck screws that makes them easy to install is the sharpness of their point. They often come to a very sharp, narrow point, to reduce the necessity of drilling pilot holes. Especially in a soft deck wood like cedar, these screws can be fastened without needing to pre-drill the hole, called self-tapping. Secondly, screws designed for a deck will propel themselves into place because of their unique shank design. The thread of the screw is measured in degrees, so a shallower degree means more thread along the length. These threads spread out the force, so the screw takes less effort to put in, yet it is still difficult to pull out. Some types of deck screws are lubricated so they slide into the wood even more easily.

#10 x 2 #10 x 2" Deck Screws 18-8 Stainless Steel, Square Drive, Type 17 Wood Cutting Point, Quantity 100, Size Number 10 x 2" Long
List Price: $15.50
Sale Price: $15.49

DECK SCREWS ARE SPECIALIZED FASTENERS DESIGNED TO RESIST CORROSION IN ADVERSE OUTDOOR ENVIRONMENTAL CONDITIONS. The deck screw drives easily into deck boards, and once set, the head lays smoothly against the deck surface. Deck screws feature a Robertson Drive, also known as a Square, or Scrulox drive which has a square shaped socket in the screw head for high torque and minimal slippage. Since wood decks have many thin planks and must withstand harsh environmental conditions, deck screws are designed to accommodate the challenges of this application. They must resist corrosion, drive easily, and lay smoothly against the deck surface, called countersinking. For these reasons, many deck screws are self-countersinking, self-drilling, and coated with materials that won't rust. Like other screws, deck screws come in a wide variety of lengths and widths, called shanks. They also use different shapes of driver, the part on the screw head that allows a screwdriver to dig in to the wood and rotate. A popular head shape is a square, because it holds the driver and doesn't strip as easily as Phillips heads. One feature of deck screws that makes them easy to install is the sharpness of their point. They often come to a very sharp, narrow point, to reduce the necessity of drilling pilot holes. Especially in a soft deck wood like cedar, these screws can be fastened without needing to pre-drill the hole, called self-tapping. Secondly, screws designed for a deck will propel themselves into place because of their unique shank design. The thread of the screw is measured in degrees, so a shallower degree means more thread along the length. These threads spread out the force, so the screw takes less effort to put in, yet it is still difficult to pull out. Some types of deck screws are lubricated so they slide into the wood even more easily.

#6 x 1-1/4 #6 x 1-1/4" Deck Screws 18-8 Stainless Steel, Square Drive, Type 17 Wood Cutting Point, Quantity 100, Size Number 6 x 1-1/4" Long
List Price: $10.55
Sale Price: $10.55

DECK SCREWS ARE SPECIALIZED FASTENERS DESIGNED TO RESIST CORROSION IN ADVERSE OUTDOOR ENVIRONMENTAL CONDITIONS. The deck screw drives easily into deck boards, and once set, the head lays smoothly against the deck surface. Deck screws feature a Robertson Drive, also known as a Square, or Scrulox drive which has a square shaped socket in the screw head for high torque and minimal slippage. Since wood decks have many thin planks and must withstand harsh environmental conditions, deck screws are designed to accommodate the challenges of this application. They must resist corrosion, drive easily, and lay smoothly against the deck surface, called countersinking. For these reasons, many deck screws are self-countersinking, self-drilling, and coated with materials that won't rust. Like other screws, deck screws come in a wide variety of lengths and widths, called shanks. They also use different shapes of driver, the part on the screw head that allows a screwdriver to dig in to the wood and rotate. A popular head shape is a square, because it holds the driver and doesn't strip as easily as Phillips heads. One feature of deck screws that makes them easy to install is the sharpness of their point. They often come to a very sharp, narrow point, to reduce the necessity of drilling pilot holes. Especially in a soft deck wood like cedar, these screws can be fastened without needing to pre-drill the hole, called self-tapping. Secondly, screws designed for a deck will propel themselves into place because of their unique shank design. The thread of the screw is measured in degrees, so a shallower degree means more thread along the length. These threads spread out the force, so the screw takes less effort to put in, yet it is still difficult to pull out. Some types of deck screws are lubricated so they slide into the wood even more easily.


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How to make a tree house?

im looking to make my kids a tree house...I was reading some answers and saw alot of make ur kids do it them self but my son (who wants the tree house) has learning disabilities and terrible hand eye coordination? can i hire someone to do it? Im a single mom so i cant do it on my own...what should i do?

A treehouse is a place where you can give free rein to your individual creativity, as the examples in this article show. But while there may be almost as many types of treehouses as there are types of trees, some general principles do apply.

Before starting out, check with your local planning authorities about whether there are any restrictions on building treehouses. In some places, if a structure is below a certain size and not used as a permanent dwelling it will not need planning approval, but there may be restrictions on height or on windows overlooking adjacent properties.

Safety is vital during construction. Always use a safety harness, and firmly tie it and any ladders to a strong branch. Think before you act, and keep a first aid kit handy. Most importantly: Have fun!

FIRST STEPS

First, you need to choose a tree and decide on a position within it for your treehouse. Think about what you want from your treehouse: Will it be an adult hideaway or children's play area? If you are considering a treehouse for children, keep it close to the ground: 5 feet (1.5 meters) is fine, and seems much higher when you are up there.

Consider whether you want your treehouse to be hidden or visible, and make sure it will not disturb other people.

Choose a mature, healthy tree with no special protection orders on it that may affect pruning. When selecting a tree it is best to consult a qualified arborist, and if any pruning is necessary have this done professionally. Decide how you want to access your treehouse and what materials you want to use. Whatever you decide, it's best to start small and simple.

Every tree is different, so let the tree be your guide. Follow the form of the tree, allow for growth and movement, and keep the structure lightweight. Keep the various positions of the sun in mind when planning small decks as well. It you don't have one tree that seems right, then several closely spaced, smaller trees will suffice; these may be supplemented with one or more posts sunk in the ground. Although some treehouse builders advocate a free-form approach, it's safest to plan the structure on paper before starting work. Allow for a deck if you want one, and don't make the treehouse too big for the tree.

BUILDING A PLATFORM

The platform, providing a secure foundation for the rest of the structure, is the key element of almost any treehouse. It should be built close to the trunk, with diagonal bracing for extra strength, if it is not supported by branches or posts. Make sure the platform is level, and keep it balanced centrally around the tree to support uneven loads and reduce swaying. When securing the structure, do everything you can to limit damage to the tree. Rope lashing is preferable to nails, but make sure you know the right knots. Otherwise, choose strong galvanized or stainless steel coach (lag) screws, as ungalvanized nails will rust and encourage disease and rot. Don't cut the bark all the way round, or constrict it too tightly with rope or wire — this can quickly kill the tree.Once the platform is secure, you need to add the floor. For this you might use exterior plywood sheets or proper tongue-and-groove floorboards. The walls can either be built in situ in the tree or prefabricated on the ground and then hoisted up into position (for larger treehouses the latter is much easier and safer).

To minimize the amount of work done while perched up in the tree, you can even add external wall finishes on the ground (some options are shown in the Image Gallery to the right) and prefix doors and windows. The roof may also be pre-assembled, but if branches are to penetrate it, or if it is an irregular shape, it is generally best to build it in situ. Once in position the roof can be covered with external plywood and finished with roofing felt (tar paper). You can use battens and then finish with local materials such as recycled shingles, thatch or palm leaves.

STEP-BY-STEP TREEHOUSE ASSEMBLY

WINDOWS AND DOORS

There's no need to adhere to convention in a treehouse. This is a place to experiment and indulge your design fantasies. Whether your taste leans toward Gothic towers or rustic cottages, the possibilities for windows and doors are endless. The important thing is to keep them in proportion to the size and design of the treehouse. For safety and lightness, use Perspex or Plexiglas instead of glass for windows. Try to use old or recycled items whenever possible.

DECK AND RAILINGS

Nothing can beat the experience of sitting outside a treehouse, right among the leaves and branches, on an outside deck, balcony or veranda. A deck can be part of the treehouse platform (it could be an extension constructed at a later date), or it might be in a separate place nearby, perhaps at a different level and reached by a rope bridge or wooden walkway. Whichever you choose, the deck needs to be surrounded by safe railings. Functional these may be, but as with doors and windows, you

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