Add glue to the joints to create a rigid structure. Cut the legs for the adirondack bench at the right size, by using a circular saw. Drill pilot holes through the legs and secure them to the frame of the chair using 1 1/4â€³ screws. Plumb the legs with a spirit level and add glue to the joints.
Adirondack bench plans. A â€“ 2 pieces of 1Ã—8 lumber â€“ 33 1/4â€³ long LEGS. B â€“ 2 pieces of 1Ã—4 lumber â€“ 20 3/4â€³ long LEGS. C â€“ 1 piece of 1Ã—8 lumber â€“ 46 1/2â€³ long FRONT SUPPORT. D â€“ 4 pieces of 1Ã—4 lumber â€“ 46 1/2â€³ long, 1 piece of 1Ã—6 lumber â€“ 46 1/2â€³ long SEAT. E â€“ 11 piece of 1Ã—4 lumber â€“ 34 long BACKREST.
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