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Home Depot: DIY 6' Picnic Table Kit $98

lobaktao 457 April 3, 2013 at 05:04 AM in Home & Home Improvement More Home Depot Deals
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DIY Picnic Table Kit for the Handyman.

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Last Edited by auxiliary April 3, 2013 at 06:30 AM
This 72 in. long picnic table with pre assembled components is easy to assemble. The table features a bolt and wing nut fastening system for quick assembly and only a screw driver and pliers to tighten the fasteners. The table is constructed of White wood lumber and has a seating capacity for 6 adults, 3 on each side. This table can be easily disassembled and stored during the winter months and reassembled in the spring. This table can be used for family backyard meals and most any backyard function where a table is needed.



•Picnic table top, seat and legs are constructed using 2 in. x 6 in. southern yellow pine lumber
•Pre-assembled tabletop, seats and legs are pre-assembled for quick assembly
•All hardware is included with instructions for assembly
•Picnic table can be assembled in 30 minutes or less
•Easily disassembles for transport and storage
•Picnic table can be painted or stained
•MFG Model # : 116810
•MFG Part # : 116810
Wood: Southern Yellow Pine.

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#3
plenty in my area...maybe they will have one on display. In store pick up only on this one, no delivery.
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Lowes in my area sells them for $88 each and I still don't buy them. These precut ones use some low quality lumber parts that are either bending or may have holes in them due to branches.

Buy your own lumber pieces for cheaper, get them cut(doing it yourself would be better), and build one if you want one. I bought, cut, and finished mine over the course of a three day weekend with a friend over some beer. Came out to be almost 10 ft long and was a much better quality than the kits could ever do.
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Yes Lowes is cheaper. You probably can get the price match +10% off
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Quote from buckyballs View Post :
Lowes in my area sells them for $88 each and I still don't buy them. These precut ones use some low quality lumber parts that are either bending or may have holes in them due to branches.

Buy your own lumber pieces for cheaper, get them cut(doing it yourself would be better), and build one if you want one. I bought, cut, and finished mine over the course of a three day weekend with a friend over some beer. Came out to be almost 10 ft long and was a much better quality than the kits could ever do.
My parents got one of these kits and are still using it 8 years later. Of course building it yourself is better, but my dad pieced it together in one afternoon and didn't have to distract himself from his other work to figure out plans.
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#7
Our local Home Depot had these already pre-built for $98.00. They didn't look half bad.
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#8
You can get picnic tables all day at the local park for only the cost of borrowing bolt cutters and your neighbors truck. Go to the right (wrong) side of town and the youths will even help you load it. (I keed...I keed)
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