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Patio Table Made Out Of Old Rake Wheel
"I used an old steel rake wheel and a metal packer wheel off an old press drill to make a very attractive patio table," says David McKenzie, Delisle, Sask., who uses the table on the pool deck behind his house.
  The 5-ft. dia. rake wheel has expanded metal laid inside the rim and over the spokes. The packer wheel forms a 2-ft. dia. "lazy susan" about 1 ft. above the table. An umbrella provides shade over the patio table. The umbrella's pole goes through the rake wheel hub and down to a weighted anchor block on the deck floor. He made table legs out of steel tubing.
  Contact: FARM SHOW Followup, David McKenzie, P.O. Box 614, Delisle, Sask., Canada S0L 0P0 (ph 306 493-8127).

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2006 - Volume #30, Issue #1