Rim - I picked up the last rim at Canadian Tire.
Marine Board - It turns out Marine Board wasn’t gonna happen. Here’s why, when I actually was in front of a Marine Board it was not as shown online. It was a dark musty brown wood – treated with chemicals. It felt damp to the touch. I have painted a few surfaces in my 47 years and my spidey sense told me that I would be painting for another year trying to affect a white surface on that dark piece of wood. So on to a quality 4 x 8 sheet of plywood. Had it cut down to my specifications at the shop.
Construction Supplies: Paint, painting supplies, mounting hardware and shop for assembly all provided by Barnes Grange.
Trades - Pamela
Here’s how it went down…
I did a solid job sealing the wood – evident when I applied my accent black paint. With a project like this, everything is multiple effort. Sigh.
Here it is ready for the rim installation. Noice!
I thought I would take a short video while I attached the rim to the backboard… lol.
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