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georgenoeth1
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Re: Double Adirondack

P_Toad,

 

These are not Photos but it is a view of the back in the sketchup drawing.  It is an accurate depiction.

 

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Ad chair back 1.jpg 

 

If you are thinking about building this project, I would be happy to provide the complete sketchup file.  I have no other plans.

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p_toad
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Registered: ‎12-31-2009
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Re: Double Adirondack

It was more curiousity as to what was actually holding the back on and how well that would do with a larger person sitting back on it.  Thank you.

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georgenoeth1
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Re: Double Adirondack

p_toad,

 

It feels very solid I go about 225 lb.  the bottom of the back slats is firmly held by the notches it the rear legs.  the back slats are held together by 2, 2 inch deck screws in both the top and bottom of each slat.  The tilt of the back is held by the arm rests.

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