Re: NANFA-- Above ground pond

Irate Mormon (
Fri, 26 Mar 2004 23:22:19 -0500

Quoting Joshua L Wiegert <>:

> Easier way.
> Just miter them. :) Works just fine.

What I was actually thinking (now that Todd reminded me about the corners) was
to just overlap the ends and cut shorter pieces to fit into the interstices.
That way I could tie the corners with a single piece of rebar (well, three,
since I would need to tie the short pieces too so they won't get pushed out of
alignment by the water pressure) instead of having to use a lag bolt or
something in each timber at the corners, which I would need to do if I used a 45
degree miter. Is this making sense?

--Irate - charter member of DNRC

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