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sparkync



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Walkway to boat dock
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sparkync

Registered: January 2009
Posts: 13
Mon June 20, 2016 2:41pm

The 2x10s worked good. I tied them off first and hung them in position on the first few by myself and put a ladder in the water to nail them off. The rest I got some help and let my help tie them off and I went in the water with a raft and nailed them off. Don't laugh, I didn't have a boat as of yet I could use. The waves were a bit troublesome to work with, but I got it done. Now I got to do the conduit to the lights and to the dock.


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