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Forum topic by prap posted 05-11-2011 02:07 PM 1018 views 0 times favorited 3 replies Add to Favorites Watch
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prap

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05-11-2011 02:07 PM

I’ve had these 2 Adirondack chairs in my back yard for over 15 years. They are the most comfortable ones I’ve ever sat in. The place where I bought them has long scene gone out of buissness. I was thinking about disassembling one and use the pieces for a patten. So my question is, does this sound a good Idea?


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EPJartisan

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#1 posted 05-11-2011 03:42 PM

Adirondack chairs are easy and come in a wide variety of shapes and styles. From brief research when I was making mine, I believe the chairs came from the idea of making quick, simple, but comfy chairs out of local materials around the mountains. So I would suggest you just extrapolate from the chairs or down-load similar plans and adjust them to suit yourself, rather than take them apart. :)

-- " 'Truth' is like a beautiful flower, unique to each plant and to the season it blossoms ... 'Fact' is the root and leaf, allowing the plant grow and bloom again."

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#2 posted 05-12-2011 04:20 AM

All of the Adirondak chairs I have sat in were miserably uncomfortable.Thats why I started making the chairs I posted recently. If you have comfortable Adr. chairs I would copy their design rather than trying other plans.I dont see a problem taking them apart but I imagine you can duplicate them without having to do this. Post your comfortable Adr. chairs and lets see what is different about their design that makes them comfortable.

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#3 posted 05-12-2011 05:32 PM

I’d love to see your chairs. By careful inspection and analys you should be able to duplicate them without having to disassemble them.

Good Luck!

Be Careful!

Herb

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