Re: NANFA-- Above ground pond

Irate Mormon (
Fri, 26 Mar 2004 22:54:57 -0500

Quoting Todd Crail <>:

> Now to try and remember how the heck that dude lagbolted his 4x4's together
> and stay on topic myself... ;) Martin, I think he routed out notches in
> the wood itself to fit them together, and then cut pilots at angles from the
> mainstem inside out to the outside, which he countersunk the washers and
> heads so it fit together nicely and without touching the liner.
> As I think about that... Thats a lot of dang work! I guess I forgot that
> his brother in law is a carpenter and can do these kinds of cuts in his
> sleep. This may be a case of overengineering :)

Ah yes, the corners - I had forgotten about that little detail! I suppose I
could cut dovetails :-)

--Irate - charter member of DNRC

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