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    Tools used in Bayside Build

    Hi All,

    When I was cleaning up my garage from the tools I used in my build I thought I would make a list to share with others so they would have an idea of what might be needed in their build. Of course not everything here is required to build an outdoor kitchen but I thought if others had a pretty good list they might be encouraged to tackle the task knowing it can be done with common tools found in most garages. I did have to buy the cement board bits for the dremel tool and the garnite drill bit.

    Here is the list in no particular order.

    Speed Square 6” & 12”
    Right Angle Grinder with both a Metal and Cement blade
    4’ Level
    2’ Level
    6” Torpedo Level
    Vise Grips
    Clamps from Sears with large opening like these http://www.sears.com/shc/s/p_10153_1260 ... ame=Clamps
    Pliers
    Air Rivet Gun
    Drill Bits 1/8”
    Cordless Drill
    Sheet Metal Cutters
    Circular Saw with both a Metal and Cement blade
    Safety Glasses
    Wood Clamps
    PVC Cutter for cutting water line pipe
    Pipe Wrenches for working with gas fittings
    Various Screw Drivers
    Miter Saw with a Metal blade
    Tape Measures
    Sharpies
    T-Square
    Wrenches for plumbing connections
    Hammer
    Rubber Mallet
    Dremel Tool with Cement Board bit
    Granite Drill bit
    Stucco Trowel

    Feel free to add to the list if you used additional tools in your builds.

    Hope this helps.

    Brad

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    Re: Tools used in Bayside Build

    That's very helpful, thanks! I've never worked with metal framing before and was wondering what my toolbox was missing for such a job.

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