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Yeti
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re: Built my own Cowboy/County/Coonass Cooler...

Looks awesome. How long did it take to build? Seems like you could knock it out in a day or two


Tino
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re: Built my own Cowboy/County/Coonass Cooler...
that was my first one...took a about 8 hours total
built another one a few weeks about..took significantly less time


Yeti
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re: Built my own Cowboy/County/Coonass Cooler...
Awesome. I'm going to try to make one this summer


Tino
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re: Built my own Cowboy/County/Coonass Cooler...
the link at the start of this thread are very helpful


Yeti
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re: Built my own Cowboy/County/Coonass Cooler...
Just went back and read it, and those plans are very direct.


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Yewkindewit
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re: Built my own Cowboy/County/Coonass Cooler...
Kudos, lauds, and plaudits to you! Looks great!


Coon
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re: Built my own Cowboy/County/Coonass Cooler...
Someone asked earlier how to age wood quickly... I'm building a table and my wife wants it to look like weathered wood. I found several references to making a vinegar & steel wool concoction like this

LINKhttp://www.sweetpickinsfurniture.com/2011/01/how-to-weather-new-wood.html

I've also seen people say to stain the piece with strong brewed black tea then use this mix.


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Big Time Tiger 11
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re: Built my own Cowboy/County/Coonass Cooler...
that looks cool


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bpinson
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re: Built my own Cowboy/County/Coonass Cooler...
I saw this a while back, that looks bad ass. I am building some over the summer for gifts. I have build pirogues, duck boats and made knives. I get bored and move on. Maybe this will keep my attention, if not it looks fun to build.


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YOURADHERE
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re: Built my own Cowboy/County/Coonass Cooler...
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Wish I had the ability



I have the ability...I can trade ability for money. I actually have one about half finished in the corner that I never got around to.


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Geauxtiga
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The more accurate the measurements the tighter it will fit in the frame. I'm using 2x2s for the framing, so I'll add 3" to the measurements, each way.
Don't understand this. Why not 4 inches? 2+2??


Image: http://discussions.texasbowhunter.com/forums/attachment.php?attachmentid=149941&d=1267308540



Also, how did you account for the depth of the ice chest. You really threw me with your measurements when you dropped those 2X2's under it.


YOURADHERE
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re: Built my own Cowboy/County/Coonass Cooler...
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Don't understand this. Why not 4 inches? 2+2??



Because wood is retarded. Most all common cuts of wood are roughly 0.5" smaller than listed. So a 2x4 is actually more like. 1.5x3.5. Same applies with the 2x2 used, they actually measure ~ 1.5x1.5.

ETA: just saw your second question but I'm not quite sure I understand what you're asking.
This post was edited on 5/12 at 8:28 pm


Geauxtiga
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re: Built my own Cowboy/County/Coonass Cooler...
Thanks.


Tino
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re: Built my own Cowboy/County/Coonass Cooler...
if you are using 2x2, don't assume they are 1.5"


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Me Bite
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re: Built my own Cowboy/County/Coonass Cooler...
Very nice... I need one of these for the patio.


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