Folding Adirondack Chair Templates with Plan and Stainless Steel Hardware Packs
High scores in comfort, good looks and practicality have made the Adirondack chair a classic design for decades. This plan keeps all of that, but is also foldable so it can be stored compactly. Stowing the chair in a shed for the winter, or whenever not needed, will dramatically increase the lifespan of the chair, and the folding feature makes that easy to do. Pre-cut full-size cardboard templates make tracing the parts easy and accurate. With wide arms to hold your drink, and a comfortable, contoured seat, you'll enjoy the Folding Adirondack Chair for years to come.
We've made it easy to purchase all the fasteners you need to build our Folding Adirondack Chair (#63334, sold separately). Rather than searching through bins at the hardware store or searching for multiple items online, our kit makes it as simple as one click, for one low price. Spend less time shopping and more time woodworking! All fasteners (except knobs; see note below) are made of stainless steel for maximum resistance to the elements.
Note: The included knobs have threaded inserts made from zinc-plated steel. We recommend coating the knob threads with bearing grease or anti-seize compound if the chair will be exposed to the elements.
Folding Adirondack Chair Templates with Plan
(1) Set of Folding Adirondack Chair Templates
(1) Folding Adirondack Chair Plan
(1) Set of instructions
Stainless Steel Hardware Pack for Folding Adirondack Chair
(8) #8 x 1-1/4'' Stainless Steel Phillips-Head Wood Screws
(60) #8 x 2'' Stainless Steel Phillips-Head Wood Screws
(16) #8 x 3'' Stainless Steel Phillips-Head Wood Screws
(2) 5/16'' x 2-1/2'' Stainless Steel Carriage Bolts
(6) 5/16'' x 3-1/2'' Stainless Steel Carriage Bolts
(2) 5/16'' x 1-1/2'' Stainless Steel Fender Washers
(6) 5/16'' Stainless Steel Flat Washers
(4) 5/16''-18 Stainless Steel Locknuts
(4) 1'' Round Knobs: 5/16''-18 Female
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WARNING: Drilling, sawing, sanding or machining wood products can expose you to wood dust, a substance known to the State of California to cause cancer. Avoid inhaling wood dust or use a dust mask or other safeguards for personal protection. For more information go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov/wood
Is there a cutting diagram available?