Toilet paper holder

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oak ‘n walnut, poplar dowels that were torched and buffed. Spinner crank spins, but is not attatched to the plastic tube holder inside. Brass rod “line guide” held in place by drilling a 3/16” hole in the opposite side walnut disc and held there with a set screw. Good way to use up some scraps.

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#1 posted 1166 days ago

That’s too cool!

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#2 posted 1166 days ago

I’m thinking Christmas gifts….
Thanks for posting

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#3 posted 1166 days ago

Hihi what a great ideèr :) i got friend who is mad about gonne fishing so i think i am gonna build him one of those :)

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#4 posted 1166 days ago


At least you’re not making them wipe with monofilament. :-)

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#5 posted 1166 days ago

How do you change the paper?

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#6 posted 1166 days ago

How very “Man Cave”... HA!
Love it.
Oh… Wouldn’t you refill it from underneanth, using a springloaded spindle?
Just sayin’

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#7 posted 1166 days ago

Kerrrrect Wiggy.

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#8 posted 1166 days ago

Nice :)

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#9 posted 1166 days ago

Very ingenious, and creative. I’d like to see how you change the roll. More pictures? :)

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#10 posted 1166 days ago

Great I really like it! I bet it makes taking a crap a mystical moment.

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#11 posted 1166 days ago

OK….I’ll start…is this for the “Big One” that got away? ;-)

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#12 posted 1165 days ago

Gotta love it. Very clever indeed.

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#13 posted 1165 days ago

That’s a reel nice project! Did ya post it because you were fishin’ for compliments?

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#14 posted 1165 days ago

very creative. I’m sure this project will get reproduced many times on here.

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