Yes.miniman said:Hand carved pegs!! That's really showing off and you let peeps ride on your "furniture"? Do you also apply a hand rubbed finish and make the riders clean their tires?
(I Hate this 'term' to death, but...)Trail Ninja said:
I cheated with that picture. I had just finished that section so nobody had ridden it yet and it was pouring rain. There's no finish on it.highdelll said:(I Hate this 'term' to death, but...)
Would a timber lock also be known as a lag bolt or lag screw? I searched for timber lock but didn't have much luck. I use lag bolts a lot in framing. It's worth the money if you want your stuff to last and stay solid.forrestvt said:There are screws and then there are timberlocks. If you want bomber they are the way to go. A multitude of lengths and are reusable. A little expensive but they beat all other screws by far if you want things to stay together. An impact driver works best.
Thanks miniman! I've got a lot of spare time on my hands.miniman said:Hey TN,
Above and beyond the call of duty!
Here's a link for the timber lock screws. I've used them in cabin construction, strong screws, not cheap, but a little faster than whittling down a branch.