Best Redneck Inventions!

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  1. Joe13

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    Post up what you've found or made!

    This is for fun and not to bash anyone, but dang if we hill folk aren't inventive by using what's available:D
     
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    Red neck condos.
     
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    baby gate.
    for some reason I had it in my head all baby gates were expensive and so I wasn’t going to buy one so I went to work on an old pallat with a hand saw and some wood screws and couple hours later viola. Next day I saw a baby gate at Freddies for like 20 bucks... so I threw some beer in the cart.

    I don’t know why I’m incriminating myself like this... Selection_002.jpg
     
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    My fire table. It started out when I acquired a 2 x 4 steel loading dock ramp for cheap on craigslist. The "vision" came later. The rest was from salvage material, also cheap.
    Got it so hot from embers one night that it melted the metal in the center. Put a layer of bricks down after that and never had a problem.

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    images?q=tbn:ANd9GcQCLgqKy11ouGaiTIieXudVpSVaVffkbi71z8KHA0dM_qMTSM-LCQ.jpg
     
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    If that's your own idea, I like it. That's thinkin!
     
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    Joe thanks for laugh ... Excellent thread.
    And to everyone who has replied , thank you as well needed the laugh and smile.
    Andy
     
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    I can relate to home ingenuity if you post your own back-yard creation. Just to pull in images found on the net, we can all do that. Let's try to keep the originality and post your own to "earn" the likes. Least if it's your doins, say so!!
     
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    Joes thread but I agree with 2A2Dend
     
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    Here's my low rent yard cart. All made with crap from the goodwill bins. Under fifteen bucks invested but a lot of fun making it. Good times.

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    Post at your pleasure, but we all know it's bonus points if it's yours:D.
     
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    Here's a nifty tool that I invented years ago.
    I used an old import car jack that I had laying around.
    It helps you straighten bowed deck boards into a perfect straight line and it's invaluable when laying down T&G flooring plywood sheets in new construction by yourself

    Just lay an 8' 2x4 against the groove, position the jack upright against the 2x4 and while turning the crank, tap the 2x4 on either side of the jack with a light weight sledge hammer to set the T&G tight before nailing.
    For wood or composite deck boards, omit the 2x4 and position the jack right up against the deck board and crank till it's straight. It holds the board perfectly in position while you fasten it down.
    I made this one to fit both 2x and 4x wide joists.
    It also can help lift heavy deck beams up to level while cutting replacement posts.



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    Thanks to Pinterest I made this out of some old pallets
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    Not my Idea, but I stole it any way! Mine is powered by a wrecked Yamaha Warrior with reverse that I picked up on Craigs, the tracks were an amazon deal and are 20'' wide and 163'' long and has a 4'x4' bed and seats two! the front axle has a diff and breaks for steering!
     
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    The boonie holster, great for swimming.

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    The 7mm win mag.

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