DIY cheap churning Composter directions: Step 10: dig 2 feet holes with post hole diggers. Step 11: use post level to get your posts level both front-to-back and side-to-side. Place pipe in to make sure pipe is level too. Adjust as necessary. Step 12: back out pipe and insert trash can. Run the pipe through posts and trash can. Step 13: place end caps on pipe. No need for glue, just tap them on (just keep critters/bugs out). Ok!! You are done. In resting position, keep latch facing up!
STEP 4: MAKE HOLES IN THE ARMS Next I went to the drill press with the arms and first used a 7/8″ paddle bit to drill a hole that will later be used for the chain. Alternative: If you don’t have a paddle bit then use a regular drill bit to make a starter hole then use a jigsaw to cut the hole. If you do not have a drill press then use a regular drill. I also used the paddle bit to make a starter hole in the cup holder area so that I could get use a jigsaw to cut it out.
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