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How to build an Adirondack Chair     By Les Kenny
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1: Materials and cutting list
2: Instructions  you are on this page
3: Plans
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Step 5. Make 13 seat slats (g) 35x25x620. These will have to be ripped (cut) from 150x25 using a power saw or bench saw.

Step 6. Cut lower back frame (d) to the shape and dimensions as shown in fig.2 in the plans that follow.

Step 7. Cut upper back frame (i) to the shape and dimensions as shown in fig.3 in the plans that follow.

Step 8. Cut four back slats (e) to the shapes and dimensions as shown in fig.4 The top shape (rounding) can be changed to suit your own imagination or artistic flair.

Step 9. Cut the two arms (h) to the shape and dimensions as shown in fig.5 in the plans that follow.

Step 10. Cut the two arm braces (f) to the shape and dimensions as shown in fig.5 in the plans that follow.

Step 11. Assemble chair using view plans for reference. Use exterior type glue and 50mm exterior screws. Use 10mm x 60mm galvanized coach bolts with washers to fix the legs (c) to the chair-frames (a).

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Adirondack Chair Plans

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