Height: 47.5 inches (120.7 cm)
Width: 31.25 inches (79.4 cm)
Length: 60 inches (152.4 cm)
Plan Author: WoodworkersWorkshop®
Plan Publisher: WoodchuckCanuck.com, Inc.
Published Date: 2015
Plan Language: English
Wood and/or Supplies needed:
1 pc 2 x 8 x 96 inch lumber (for rocker blades)
3 pc 1 x 6 x 96 inch lumber
2 pc 1 x 6 x 120 inch l lumber
1 pc 1 x 4 x 96 inch lumber
1 pc 3/4 x 24 x 48 inch plywood
20 pc 3 inch wood screws
4 pc 2-1/2 inch wood screws
28 pc 2 inch wood screws
112 pc 1-1/2 inch wood screws
Paints can be whatever colors you want, we used black, blue, red and a small amount of white. Then applied several coats of clear finish.
Tracing Paper 14-CARB2 is recommended.
If you plan to add the 3/4 inch thick rocker blades you will need the additional hardware:
4 pc 3 inch wood screws
2 pc 1/4 x 2-3/4 inch carriage bolt, washer, lock washer and nut
2 pc 1/4 x 4-1/4 inch carriage bolt, washer, lock washer and nut
Tools needed: Table saw, jig saw, drill and other common workshop tools
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