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    Thinking of what I can use as a upper support bar. Any ideas? Thinking of a piece of 1X3?

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    If it were me, I'd just use all schedule 40. Get a couple more T-s and butt them up against the ones you have so that you can put a cross bar in near the centerline.
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      or 4 90's on the ends and two crossbars
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        Thanks, OldJeep and SmokeOnTheWater I will post a pick of the finished stabilization choice.

        Originally posted by palace View Post
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        Thinking of what I can use as a upper support bar. Any ideas? Thinking of a piece of 1X3?

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          Where did you get the wheels? Nice idea. I like it.
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            China/Harbor Freight $3.69 with coupon (10" pneumatic), 5/8 X 5" bolt for axle, four tee's and One 10' X 1.5" PVC. I am still thinking of using small screws for connections vs. gluing. I want to make it collapsible for compact transport.
            Originally posted by ryansdata View Post
            Where did you get the wheels? Nice idea. I like it.

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