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  1. in confidence as a boy I built one with scrap iron and a board, I weighed about 70 kg but I managed to lift about 90 kg, well once under stress I lost control and was about to decapitate myself. with an enormous effort, I leaned the barbell sideways and slipped from underneath, don't mess with these gym tools, rightly some friends suggested combining the bench with a power rack which would be a sort of protective cage a support for the barbells and the weights, I have to think about it. thank you Materials Needed 1. Wood – we are going to be
  2. gym weights barbells dumbbells, the person who will use it is 180 cm tall weighs 90 kg I think he will have to lift 40 kg of barbell. a simple structure to make but sturdy, thanks i think iron frame wooden floor. I think it is the best solution, which can support a maximum load and a capacity of 200kg. thank you. what better structure conformation, with 4 upright feet type chair or type H upside down? what material do you suggest box-shaped metal pipes or L or T type profiles? what section to support the load, crossbars of reinforcements diagonal braces? thank you sorry if I'm petulant.
  3. hello, if it were possible, I would need some advice some suggestions to make a gym bench, it should be light robust aesthetically pleasing to handle compact not bulky to store in a corner when not needed. measures: 12 inches wide 30 cm long: 48 inches - 120cm high from the ground: 17 inches - 43 centimeters what material do i use? how do i make it? thank you
  4. thanks for the valuable suggestions
  5. as the Egyptians moved the stones to the pyramids, the right intuition did not have crane excavators, forklifts, but the right ideas and brilliant intuitions. thanks
  6. log-skidder-plate Pry bars? Rock sled? thanks for the right advice. I should use muscle and ingenuity and few agricultural tools. thanks
  7. I only have a shovel a wheelbarrow a pickaxe as a tool, the smallest stones I moved easily with the wheelbarrow, the heavy ones from 30, 40 50, up to 100 kg I don't have help it's a job I do as a hobby, the mechanical shovel unfortunately, I cannot afford it, otherwise I would have to bring a club and crush the rocks and the big stones an epic effort. the countryside is open I cannot leave expensive equipment they would steal the land it is unattended abandoned the area is desolate. thanks anyway for the right suggestions, I have to adopt the ancient methods of the peasant grandparents, sweat
  8. my problem is finding the right wheels, perhaps of scooters or herm-sized tractors, then I have to make the lever of the bench to lift the rocks and stones from the ground and transport them where I should place them. thanks for your suggestions.
  9. Landscape Rock Mover hello, sorry if I am disturbing, for some time now I have been cleaning a ground, in doing this I have pulled out and undermined numerous heavy stones from the ground. I would like to collect them and use them to make dry stone walls. they are very heavy and bulky, I wondered, it is not by chance that you could advise me how to move them. I saw trolleys on the net, but I think they sink in the ground. I can't rent an earth moving machine, using the normal wheelbarrow is uncomfortable. if you could build a suitable trolley with suitable wheels by recycling
  10. Thanks again. it is a 1400 square meter hillside, it has long been abandoned and was terraced with steps, rain and bad weather caused the slope to collapse. I would like to recover it to make something and make it useful. it would take a small manual scraper.
  11. thank you for everything you are very creative as a macgiver, I learned a lot from your talent. sometimes with a pile of useless scrap you could make a product useful for other uses. rubbish a person's waste can be a treasure or a resource for another person. it is the art of getting by with the little that one possesses as the Neapolitans teach. thanks again your suggestions are always useful and precious to me, you are priceless.
  12. thanks for the valuable tips and patience. sorry if I disturb you every now and then, but I live in a small country town away from the civilized world therefore I have to get by with the little I have. thanks again for the help and support you provide me. forgive me again if I get bored. thank you for the precious time you give me.
  13. thanks for the valuable suggestion if it were possible I would need some photos to take inspiration. thanks again for your availability, forgive me if I bored you. thanks I don't have to compact a large plot of land a garden. the cistern of a hot water boiler would perhaps be indicated or the gas cylinder. I have to look at some scrap iron among the remains of old iron. thanks "I've made myself a snowplow for my tractor from a section of gas line pipe (half of the pipe) which had 12mm thick walls, and it works like a charm" ??? Link removed https://youtu.be/dF5z5pDZZv8
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