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1911 viewsoo9- Part "A" is slightly tappered ( 3? ) to tighten part "B" against the
bucket. Part"C" is a strap for added strength.
It also traps the right end of "B" so it is not pulled away from the plywood.
The main part of the vise is a 2x10, and the jaw is a 2x6.
All parts except parts "A" and "B" are screwed from the other
side to the plywood..
Part "A" is wider on the left end, so kick it to the right to clamp,
and to the left to unclamp. The small piece of 2 x 4 on the end of
Part "A" is so you won't have to chase it around the garage.

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990 views004- As we get it closer to matching the bucket, the High Spots will get wider and closer together.
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1073 views002- Then we need to find the High Spots.
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1006 views001- Start by tracing around the bottom of a bucket on a 2 x 8 or 2 x 10...
You will do the same thing to a 2 x 6...
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967 views003- By rolling the bucket in the cut out we transfer color.
Then we file off the color. And repeat, ect,ect,
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1198 views008- Here we can see the strap hindge for the jaw.
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1345 views006- Sure it takes time, but I did the complete project in one evening.
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1123 views007- Pick a chunk of plywood big enough to stand on.

Last additions - Bill&Julie's Gallery
ii.jpg
1911 viewsoo9- Part "A" is slightly tappered ( 3? ) to tighten part "B" against the
bucket. Part"C" is a strap for added strength.
It also traps the right end of "B" so it is not pulled away from the plywood.
The main part of the vise is a 2x10, and the jaw is a 2x6.
All parts except parts "A" and "B" are screwed from the other
side to the plywood..
Part "A" is wider on the left end, so kick it to the right to clamp,
and to the left to unclamp. The small piece of 2 x 4 on the end of
Part "A" is so you won't have to chase it around the garage.

Nov 12, 2005
hh.JPG
1198 views008- Here we can see the strap hindge for the jaw.Nov 12, 2005
gg.JPG
1123 views007- Pick a chunk of plywood big enough to stand on.Nov 12, 2005
ff.JPG
1345 views006- Sure it takes time, but I did the complete project in one evening.Nov 12, 2005
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1085 views005- Here I am using a PVC pipe and sandpaper for final adjustment.Nov 12, 2005
dd.JPG
990 views004- As we get it closer to matching the bucket, the High Spots will get wider and closer together.Nov 12, 2005
cc.JPG
967 views003- By rolling the bucket in the cut out we transfer color.
Then we file off the color. And repeat, ect,ect,
Nov 12, 2005
bb.JPG
1073 views002- Then we need to find the High Spots.Nov 12, 2005