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  1. #1
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    steps

    here`s a few pics of the stairs i was workin` on when larry was here.
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    installing;
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    wow now yur off the hook tod i was gonna jump on yu for not showing the end but you were still sending them i quess! went to answer a pm and they were here.. looks as good in the pics as it did in real life.. what about the table,,yu or them finish it?
    Last edited by larry merlau; 06-10-2009 at 01:09 PM.
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    Wow Tod, you do such nice work, and this time out, so VERY straight

    Boy that is a lot of nice looking wood in that house

    Love the pics!
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    Very nice Tod. How long did that take from the first pic of the raw wood to the end?
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    OOOOOHHHHH, AAAAHHHHH,,,,I wish my stairs were even 10% as good as those. You sure know what you are doing Todd. What great work.

    Ok you opened this door ......now I have given you the praise .....let me know the secret to fixing these junkie production stairs i have with veneered plywood. They creak like cazy to the extent that my wife wakes up every time the 21 year old comes home late at night. The wedges they used are about as big as my index finger. Is there any cure other than starting over? Also I feel this is the impossible but is there any way a fix can be applied from the tread side.

    I now feel i am imitating one of those people that used to come to a TV repair shop where i worked when i was a youngster and they would say, "I spilt water over the back of my tv when I changed the flower vase, the I switched it on and saw sparks....BUT IT WONT BE A BIG JOB WILL IT?

    Thanks for posting how stairs should be made but then again i guess we would not be able to afford them.
    cheers

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    Well Tod, I know that you're a man scarce on words, but now I see that you are generous in pics!

    You just left me speechless, I like the detail of the portruding pegs.
    Best regards,
    Toni

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    Wow Tod I don't know what else to say

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    Words fail. Beautiful and very luxurious.
    And, they look like they live up to yer slogan... stout.

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