Potting

Bench

V/z"-rad. corriere

Stainless-steel bar sink

11/2" galvanized deck screws.

11/2" x 41/2" notched corners

\ 2"-itia. swivel carters

s/4"-dia. PVC pipe, elbows & valve. - Chrome female hose adaptor. Strap clamps.

2 5/2" galvanized deck screws, typ.

2" galvanized deck screws,

SIDE SECTION VIEW FRONT SECTION VIEW

Potting Bench Cutting List

Part

No. Size

Material

Part

No. Size

Material

A. Tall legs

2

IV2 x 5V2 x 63V2 iE

Cedar

R, Side panel

1

Vi x 18 X 31V4 in.

Perforated

B. Back stretchers

1V2 x ZVz x 44 in.

board

C. Sheif stretcher

1

3/4 x 5V¿ x 44 in.

S. Back panel

I

V4 x 27V2 x 44 in.

11

D. Front legs

IV2 x 3 V2 x 35 Vi in.

T. Drawer sides

2

•V4 x 3V2 x 24 in.

Exterior plywood

E. Rear support

1

lVS x lYz x 35*4 in.

U. Drawer ends

2

s/4 x 3Yz x 183/4 in.

II

F. Lower stretchers

3

lVfcx 3V2 x 24V2 in.

V. Drawer bottom I

34 x 20V4 x 24 in.

U

G. Upper stretcher

1

Wix3V2x2 4 in.

W. Drawer face

1

•V4 x 7 Vi x 20V4 in.

II

1 H. Drawer stretchers 2

lVäx 1V!!x24 in.

I. Drawer slides

IV2 x 1V2 x 27 in.

2

Cart Cutting List

J. Bottom stretcher

lVfexSVSx 18V4in.

(Front)

3/4 x 16 x 24 in.

K. Top stretcher (Front)

lVí>x IV2 x44 in.

X. Sides

2

Exterior plywood

L Shelf

IV2 x 5V-Í x 47 in.

Y. Front

1

s/4x 14V4X 16 in.

it

M. Shelf cleats

■V4 x 3/4 x 4V2 in.

Z. Back

1

s/4 x 14Vi x 8V2 in.

M

N. Counter top

3/4 x 281/2 x 48 in.

Exterior

AA. Bottom

1

s/4 x 153/1 x 24 in.

II

plywood

BB. Front legs

2

IV2 x 3V2 x 20% in.

Cedar

0. Side splashes

3/4 x 2Vä x 24 in.

Cedar

CC. Back legs

2

IV2 x 3/2 x 14% in.

11

P., I Sack splash

3/4 x 2V2 x 44 in.

DD. Leg cleats

4

IV2 x 3V5 x 5V2 in.

ii

Q. Lower shelf

3/4 X 27 x 21V4 in.

Exterior plywood

EE. Face

1

s4 x 20Vi x 21V2 in.

Exterior plywood

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