Christmas Tree Stand Stabilizers
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Christmas Tree Stand Stabilizers
Every year when we go to our local tree farm, invariably the tree that we choose to cut down will always be too small in diameter to fit safely in our tree stand. Last year, I told my girlfriend "hold my beer" and disappeared into my workshop for half an hour or so. When I returned, I had fashioned this set of stabilizers out of some 3" sch.40 PVC pipe, a few 1/2" end caps and some assorted hardware. The worked perfectly.
Now you can make your own without the danger of trying to cut PVC pipe lengthwise without proper tools. You will need some 3/4" long 1/4" bolts along with their accompanying nuts and washers. My tree stand has five adjusters, but print however many sets you need - one for each adjuster. Assemble each set as per the exploded diagram. If two plates still isn't enough, simply add another inner plate and a slightly longer bolt.
To use, place one set against your tree trunk and screw your adjuster into the cup. The cup keeps the adjuster from slipping off the stabilizer. Do the same for each adjuster and then snug the tree down like you normally do.
** NOTE: ** This setup works perfectly for me. I have no way of knowing your abilities or lack thereof. I also have not certified this with any Big Brother Governmental Agency. By using this product, you agree that I will not be held liable if your Christmas tree falls over on to the cat, causing him to climb up the curtains, ripping said curtains from the wall. I will not be liable for any other damage, either. Ain't it sad that in today's climate, that I have to add this disclaimer to a simple model?
✞ Merry CHRISTmas ✞
** BE SURE TO CHECK OUT MY OTHER CHRISTMAS DECORATIONS -**
* Nativity Christmas Ornament
* Large Scale Multi Piece Snowman
* Noel Holiday Candle Train
* Quick and Easy Gift Tags
* Christmas Tree Stand Stabilizer
* Cindy Lou Who
- 3D file format: STL and TXT
- Last update: 2020/12/03 at 01:46
- Publication date: 2020/11/30 at 12:55
I am a self-proclaimed know-it-all. I will tackle any project regardless of my experience, or lack thereof. Always ready to learn something new. With over 25+ years experience in electronic repair and 10+ years experience in small engine / ATV / motorcycle repair, there is nothing I can't fix, modify or build.
Why a pepper? In case anyone is curious as to why there is a hot pepper embossed into most of my designs... My nickname is Pepper and that little pepper logo is a hell of a lot shorter than "Copyright © 2017 by Derek J.G. Tombrello" which is how I usually sign my work :)
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