How To Build C*Rnh*L* Boards
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Cutting ListCut Your Boards to SizeTo build boards for your own backyard c*rnh*l* set, first cut the 1x4s into four 48-in.boards for the sides, four 22-1/2-in.boards for the front and back, and four 15-in.
boards for the legs.The 15-in.length may seem a bit long, but you will cut them to the actual length later in the process.Construct Your BoxesFasten the 1x4s into boxes with pilot holes and screws.Mark and Cut the Holes in the PlywoodTake your 2-ft.
x 4-ft.piece of plywood and mark a point 12 in.from a side edge and 9 in.from the top edge; then draw a 6-in.-dia.circle around the mark using a compass.Drill a pilot hole along the edge of the circle and use your jig saw to cut out the rest of the hole.
Attach the Plywood to the BoxClamp the plywood to the box.Use a countersink bit to drill pilot holes and fasten the plywood with screws.Cut the Leg ArcsMark 1-3/4 in.down the length of the 15'-in.legs and use a compass to draw an arc.
Cut the arc with a jigsaw.Fit the LegsTurn the box upside down; lay one leg parallel to a side of the box, as shown, with the arc side in the corner.Clamp it in place.Drill a 1/2-in.hole through both pieces, as shown.
Repeat the process for the second leg; then fasten the legs to the board with nuts and bolts.Cut the Angle for the LegsLift up the platform using a bucket, a piece of scrap wood or anything that can boost the top of the plywood to 12-in.
from the ground, and position it on the edge of your worktable.Fold out the legs and use your worktable to mark the angle on the legs, as shown.Detach the legs and cut along the line with a circular saw.
Sand, Paint and PlaySand your boards, and prime and paint them however you see fit with high-gloss paint.You can really create custom c*rnh*l* boards with a unique paint job.Then go out and start practicing with your c*rnh*l* set for next Sunday!To set up a c*rnh*l* game in your backyard or wherever you're tailgating, just fold out the legs and place the c*rnh*l* boards 27 ft.
apart from front to front.Next, check out more of our favorite outdoor woodworking projects for beginners...