I've read the other replies and must ask... are you using "blocks" or
I've used a stack of short 2x10 planks, slid in one at a time as the
is raised, and there's many websites with instructions on cutting
decreasing lengths and screwing them together to create your own
Here's one now:
u would be kicked out of any shop
what is the weight restriction on that wood
have u tested it
U GO GIRL
A flat plank on flat ground with a rubber tire on top of it? A hell of a lot.
I'm sure the guys who criss-cross wood beams used when raising a
house have tested them quite thoroughly, and I'm pretty sure a
car weighs less than a house.
I'm sure the guys who bolt together wood beams to build railway
bridges have tested them quite thoroughly, and I'm pretty sure a
car weighs less than a train.
But since you want some kind of test, here you go.
Column 4, "Compress. Parallel to Grain, Max Crushing Strength PSI"
Mr. Masterblaster,what a beautiful and appropiate response.I am 71 and as a
young man worked in hard forestry work.Young people have a lot to learn
about "real life".I laughed so hard,I spilled my coffee.
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