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More than likely you will have to cut the end pieces to make them fit.
You can then A short nail with a large flat head used for securing roofing felt, plasterboard, sheet metal to wood etc. all the back-rest pieces [k] and [l] to the back-rest rails [j].
Use 30mm (1 1/4″) Covered with a protective coating of zinc. nails, pre-drill the holes into the back-rest pieces [k] and [l] and How much the teeth are angled out on a circular saw blade. (punch) the heads of the nails into the Timber, lumber. The hard fibrous lignified substance under the bark of trees.
Fit the back-rest unit in place between the top of the two rear legs [b].
Position the back-rest unit (height-wise) according to the planor according to your taste.
Secure with two 90mm (3 1/2″) screws at each meeting.
Pre-drill the screw holes through the rear legs [b].
Cut, shape and glue and screw the arm-rest supports [m] in place.
Refer to the plan for placement.
Use two 50mm (2″) screws for each piece and pre-dill the arm-rest supports [m] first.
Add the arm-rests after first applying a bit of glue.
Nail the arm-rests to the arm-rest supports with 50mm (2″) galvanized nails. Pre-drill the nail holes in the arm-rests and set (punch) the heads of the nails into the wood.
Now just cut a few boards [o] to go into the base of the boot Rough grade timber., and that’s about it.
There is no need to nail any of the base boards [o] as they can just sit there on top of the wood strips [f].