Flat pack sled with basic handyman skills

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Difficulty Cost Time Age Person Event
Easy
$1 to $25
4 Hours
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A great and simple project for the average handyman beginner.
A flat pack sled built by the random wood I had at hand with a handful of bolts, a drill, a saw, ofc a hammer and etc. basic handymen tools.
I did this because most products we’ve bought so far dismantled really fast and my children really insisted on a good sled. The unit is quite easy to both use and store. It’s easy to take apart and fits in my handyman tool shed perfectly .

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You Will Need...

  • Nothing out of the ordinary carpentry inventory. Bolts, nuts, a wrench, an electric drill, some sand paper or maybe a sander and etc. No specific materials needed here, you can use whatever handy timber you have as long as it will hold its ground.

Step by Step Instructions

  • Step 1

    Jigsaw time. Check the plans and prepare all parts you’ll need.

  • Step 2

    Build the runners as explained. Attach those with screws.

  • Step 3

    Sander it bottoms up and it’s ready to slide.

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