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I made a new handle to replace the original one that I made several years ago. The wood had weathered it and both ends broke.

This time, I made one out of 1/2 inch pipe!

When it came time to make the repair, I had a little help! Future woodworkers putting their time in.
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Great job guys . It doesn’t get more heavy duty than that
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Good on you,Mike, those are precious pictures and the kids will remember for ever more helping Grampa Mike put those handles and hangers on the grill.

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Good show Mike!!
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Hey Mike those kids have grown over their time on the forum.

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Hey Mike those kids have grown over their time on the forum.
Iíve noticed that to . Next thing you know , Mike will be moving furniture into Blondies college dorm

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Glad to see the grandkids helping you with projects.
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Good to have the grandkids helping and learning. Many fathers and grandfathers are too involved into other things to teach the kids. Nice cart. I have an 8 foot long table I built for building custom fishing rods. Frame is 2x4s and the top is sink cut-outs from a cabinet and countertop business. Cut-outs are free. Make great table tops for bench items as DP, BS, etc.
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Luckily for you you have a good crew. All I saw you doing is supervising.
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Someone I consider a master woodworker once told me that a master woodworker is not someone who never makes mistakes. He is someone who is able to cover them up so that no one can tell.
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