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    NBR: woodwork help

    Just curious if anyone in mojoland might be able to help.

    I need a 3/8" thick plywood ring, 10" outer diameter, 7.125" inner diameter. My apartment doesn't have a woodshop for me to use. If anyone can help me out, I'd greatly appreciate it.

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    Brian
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    Quote Originally Posted by Brian Robinson View Post
    Just curious if anyone in mojoland might be able to help.

    I need a 3/8" thick plywood ring, 10" outer diameter, 7.125" inner diameter. My apartment doesn't have a woodshop for me to use. If anyone can help me out, I'd greatly appreciate it.

    Thanks,

    Brian
    i know i have some 1/2" and 3/4". is thickness critical? i'd be happy to help, just need more details.

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    Thickness isn't critical. I'll be using it to mount a speaker into a drum to use as a microphone. My only concern with thickness is that the lug bolts on the drum are long enough. It is a standard size, so those are easily replaceable if the plywood is too thick.
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    i can also help you out, just pm me.

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